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Evaluate and run MongoDB in the GoGrid Cloud - Request a Proof of Concept

MongoDB 1-Button Deploy™ Solution

Evaluate, develop, test, deploy, and scale MongoDB clusters on GoGrid with the click of a mouse.

  • 1-Button Deploy™ technology
  • Pre-defined development and production clusters
  • Purpose-built infrastructure ensures reliable performance

Pricing

MongoDB (from “humongous”) is an open source document database and the leading NoSQL database. MongoDB clusters deployment is easy with 1-Button Deploy™ technology on GoGrid. Customers can choose to deploy a 14-Day Trial POC (proof of concept), a developer environment, or a production environment.


Product Infrastructure Hourly
14-Day Trial POC

3 Medium SSD Cloud Servers

MongoDB Open Source Distribution:

  • Replication and HA
  • MapReduce
  • Dynamic Schema
  • Rich Secondary Indexes

Free with POC

Development Environment

3 Medium SSD Cloud Servers

MongoDB Open Source Distribution:

  • Replication and HA
  • MapReduce
  • Dynamic Schema
  • Rich Secondary Indexes
$0.90
Production Environment

5 X-Large SSD Cloud Servers

Firewall Service

MongoDB Open Source Distribution:

  • Replication and HA
  • MapReduce
  • Dynamic Schema
  • Rich Secondary Indexes
$6.00

Dedicated Servers

In addition to 1-Button-Deploy™, customers can also elect to deploy MongoDB on GoGrid Dedicated Servers. If you want to take advantage of the high I/O of dedicated SSD drives, then select the Elite Dedicated Server. This is a hex core server with 4 x 160 GB SSDs. If you prefer SAS drives, our Database Dedicated Server is a good option. This server uses a Sandy Bridge hex core with SAS drives that can be configured with RAID 10. Pricing is for each server but you’ll want to deploy at least 3 for a replica set.

GoGrid MongoDB Dedicated Servers
Product Elite Database
Monthly $840 $629
Annual $8,400 $6,290
Storage 2 x 147 GB SAS RAID 1,
4 x 160 GB SSD No RAID
6 x 300 GB SAS RAID 10
RAM 48 GB 32 GB
Cores 12 12

Use Cases

How you structure your app to run should take into account the unique needs of your application, including access patterns such as read-write distribution and latency differences between various operations. The examples listed here aren’t necessarily right for your application, but illustrate some common approaches to thinking about and implementing the solution.

Use Case for MongoDB as a Big Data Solution in the GoGrid Cloud

  • Storing log data – Servers generate a large number of events (i.e., “logging”) that contain useful information about their operation including errors, warnings, and users’ behavior. By default, most servers store this data in plain-text log files on their local file systems. Although plain-text logs are accessible and human-readable, they are difficult to use, reference, and analyze without holistic systems for aggregating and storing the data. MongoDB acts as a persistent storage engine for log data from servers and other machine data.
  • Product data storage – MongoDB’s flexible schema makes it particularly well suited to storing information for product data management and eCommerce websites and solutions. Product catalogs, for example, need the capacity to store many differed types of objects with different attributes.
  • Content management and delivery – Incorporating rich media, personalizing content in real time, making content interactive, and supporting millions of users across multiple devices and platforms are challenges easily solved with MongoDB. The real-time characteristics of MongoDB let organizations provide highly interactive experiences to users for both reading from and writing to the database. Organizations can serve the right content to users at the right time, leveraging MongoDB’s full query language and real-time analytics capabilities.
  • Data hub – MongoDB can serve as a central data hub when dealing with large volumes of data, a variety of tools to analyze, process, summarize, and monetize information, and the need to distribute information across locations. MongoDB provides a universal repository in which data can easily be stored, processed, and served to other applications.

Dev Deployment

Below is a sample topology of a typical development deployment using our 1-Button Deploy™ technology. View Wiki Docs.

MongoDB Development Deployment

Prod Deployment

Below is a sample topology of a typical production deployment using our 1-Button Deploy™ technology. View Wiki Docs.

MongoDB Production Deployment

Mongo clusters deployment is easy with 1-Button Deploy™ technology on GoGrid.

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