What does this Amazon Web Services Solution do?
The MongoDB quick start solution helps customers quickly deploy a MongoDB cluster with custom options in the Amazon Web Services (Ningxia) region operated by NWCD and the Amazon Web Services (Beijing) region operated by Sinnet. MongoDB is an open source, NoSQL database which provides support for JSON-styled, document-oriented storage systems. Its flexible data model enables you to store data of any structure, and it provides full index support, sharding, and replication. The solution is designed for those who are planning to implement or extend their MongoDB workloads on the Amazon Web Services Cloud, and who want to administer their own MongoDB environment. It provides best practices for deploying flexible, scalable, and cost-effective MongoDB on Amazon Web Services using services such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
Amazon Web Services Solution overview
Deploying this Quick Start for a new VPC with default parameters builds the following MongoDB environment in the Amazon Web Services Cloud. You can automatically deploy using the solutions’ deployment guide accompanying Amazon CloudFormation template.
You can choose to launch the Quick Start for a new VPC or use your existing VPC. In the private subnets, a customizable MongoDB cluster with the option of running standalone or in replica sets, along with customizable Amazon EBS storage. The Quick Start launches each member of the replica set in a different Availability Zone. To access MongoDB nodes, using SSH to connect to the bastion hosts.
Last updated: 05/2020
Author: Amazon Web Services
Estimated deployment time: 30 min
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