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MongoHQ Announces MongoDB Replica Set Support

MongoHQ, a MongoDB hosting solution:

Now, we are excited to announce that we offer high-availability multi-node replica set plans on our MongoHQ platform. We are pretty excited about this release, as it makes available some great features that our users have been asking for, including:

  • High availability databases with automatic failover
  • Nodes located in multiple availability zones
  • Dedicated volumes to maximize read/write performance
  • Slave nodes that can be used as read-slaves for enhanced read throughput

If scaling MongoDB with replica sets and auto-sharing is so easy, I’m wondering why it took MongoHQ so long to add support only for replica sets.

Original title and link: MongoHQ Announces MongoDB Replica Set Support (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.mongohq.com/post/6136673911/announcing-mongohq-replica-set-plans