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Backing Up MongoDB: Single Server, Replica Sets, Sharded Cluster

For single server deployments, backups are a must. But sometimes you might need to backup other deployments too. After the break, Scott Hernandez’ (10gen) talks about backing up a single server MongoDB, MongoDB replica sets, and MongoDB sharded cluster.

This video was made available by 10gen, creators of MongoDB and organizers of the Mongo events.

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Original title and link: Backing Up MongoDB: Single Server, Replica Sets, Sharded Cluster (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)