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Production-ready MongoDB Replica Sets on Google Cloud Platform

Great news, Google Cloud users! Today Google, MongoDB Inc., and MongoLab are announcing the arrival of fully-managed, production-ready MongoDB replica set plans on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These plans are hosted on Google Compute Engine (GCE) and managed by MongoLab. You can get started for free! By leveraging MongoLab’s MongoDB-as-a-Service platform on GCP, Google […]

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Heartbleed security update

As many of you know, a serious vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library was recently discovered: CVE-2014-0160. This vulnerability is commonly called the “Heartbleed Bug” and is described at http://heartbleed.com. The Heartbleed vulnerability can be exploited by an attacker to gain access to the cryptographic keys used to secure communication between clients and servers […]

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MongoLab Now Supports Two-Factor Authentication

(Updated: 2014-01-08 Two-factor authentication is now GA) Here at MongoLab, security is one of our foremost concerns.  Part of our stewardship of our users’ data, in addition to keeping it accessible and intact, is doing our best to secure it against unauthorized access. Today, as part of that effort, we are excited to announce our […]

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MongoDB 2.4 now available on all MongoLab plans

Greetings, mongoers! The team here at MongoLab is very excited to announce that version 2.4 of MongoDB is now available for all of our plans! What about current databases, you might ask? Users will be receiving an email sometime this week containing everything they need to know about the upgrade process. Keep your eyes posted […]

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Backup your MongoDB databases with MongoLab

Last year, a lot of folks asked us if they could use MongoLab’s admin tools on databases not hosted with MongoLab. We thought this was a cool idea, and released Remote Connections, a feature that allows you to point MongoLab’s web interface at any cloud MongoDB instance. Since then, this feature has received great response. Today… Remote Connections […]

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MongoLab at Overdriver.com

We’re excited to partner with Overdriver, a unique Platform-as-a-Service for gaming that is showcasing their beta service for the first time at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC)! This exciting partnership means that MongoLab will serve as the core data storage provider for Overdriver’s online game developer community. You can find out more right here. […]

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Experiment with MongoDB 2.4 on MongoLab!

Hello to all our friends and users! We’re happy to announce that free, experimental databases running MongoDB 2.4 are now available at MongoLab! To get started quickly, follow our step-by-step guide. Please note: This release is not ready for production yet and should not be used for any production applications. Release Highlights Here are the […]

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MongoLab on Windows Azure

Over the past few months we have been working closely with Microsoft to bring MongoLab to the Windows Azure platform, and today we are proud to announce our official Preview launch of MongoLab in Azure’s East US and West US datacenters. Windows Azure is the fourth cloud provider we have added support for, and we […]

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MongoLab Discount for JS.everywhere() 2012

MongoLab is happy to be sponsoring the JS.everywhere() conference in Silicon Valley at the end of October. If you’re interested in joining us, please use this discount code on the registration page: “mongolabJS”.  You’ll get 50% discount on attendance. We are looking forward to seeing you there. MongoDB’s native support for JSON of course makes […]

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MongoLab Events Page Is Live

We’ve been attending and sponsoring more events, so it’s time to collect our upcoming calendar on one page, persistently.  We’ll also include references to past events with recordings where we have them. Hope to see you at one of these!  We’ll still announce and elaborate on certain events here on the main blog. If you […]

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