Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) Assists Stopping and Starting Clusters

Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a rapid, trusted, and entirely organized database service. With Amazon DocumentDB, it’s simple to set up, operate, and scale MongoDB-compatible databases in the cloud. You can execute the same application code and utilize the same drivers and tools that you use with MongoDB with the help of Amazon DocumentDB. Amazon DocumentDB is planned for 99.99% availability and duplicates six copies of your data over three AWS Availability Zones (AZs). Now Amazon DocumentDB permits you to start and stop clusters. This new feature Stoppping and Starting clusters makes simple and inexpensive to utilize Amazon DocumentDB clusters for development and test purposes where the cluster is not needed to be running all of the time. Stopping and starting a cluster needs few clicks in the AWS Management Console or a single call with the AWS Command Line Interface and requires only few minutes to finish. Stopping a cluster stops the primary instance and all replica instances. You only need to pay for cluster storage, manual snapshots and automated backup storage within your defined retention window during your cluster is stopped, but not for instance hours. You can stop a cluster for up to seven days at a time. After seven days, the cluster will be automatically started. To know further on the Amazon DocumentDB, refer documentation.

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