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Remote Dex: Index Analysis Using the Profile Collection

(also posted to the 10gen blog: here) Greetings Adventurers! I’m excited to report that Dex (github) is now equipped with his first planned upgrade. For those of you who haven’t met him, Dex is an open-source python tool that suggests indexes for your MongoDB database. The initial release of Dex supported logfile-based analysis only. Now, Dex […]

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From the R&D lab: now offering free MongoDB 2.1 databases for your experiments

(Update 2012-07-19: Experimental plans upgraded to 2.2.0 RC1) (also posted to the 10gen blog here.) MongoLab is excited to offer free hosted databases running on MongoDB 2.1! We have been testing this new version internally and are loving the new features it offers, especially the aggregation framework and time-to-live (TTL) collections. We think you’ll love […]

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Introducing Dex: the Index Bot

(update 2012-07-19: A new remote feature detailed here.) (update 2012-10-09: Version 0.5 detailed here.) Greetings adventurers! MongoLab is pleased to introduce Dex! We hope he assists you on your quests. Dex is a MongoDB performance tuning tool, open-sourced under the MIT license, that compares logged queries to available indexes in the queried collection(s) and generates index […]

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MongoLab available in the EU on Amazon EC2. Clone a database.

European Union on Amazon EC2 We’re happy to announce as of today, MongoLab’s Free, Shared and Dedicated plans are all available in Amazon’s Ireland eu-west-1 datacenter.  When you create a new database in our Web UI for a Shared database, you’ll have the choice of datacenter. Clone a database And also part of this update, […]

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MongoLab Can Now Be CloudControlled in Europe!

Greetings, adventurers! MongoLab is now available through Berlin-based European PaaS provider, cloudControl as an add-on. We’re very excited to expand our services to include cloud-hosted databases for EU-hosted applications. As a user of cloudControl, your apps are hosted in Amazon EC2 Dublin. MongoLab will host your databases there too. You can develop and deploy a […]

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