MongoDB goes serverless with latest Atlas release

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Popular NoSQL database provider MongoDB is jumping on the serverless computing bandwagon by offering the MongoDB Atlas database-as-a-service (DBaaS) option on a serverless basis for preview customers from today.

Serverless is an emerging cloud architecture which sees third-party providers dynamically allocate the compute and storage resources needed to execute a particular function, meaning developers no longer have to provision or manage their own servers and they only pay for when their functions execute.

“We want developers to be able to build MongoDB applications without having to think about database infrastructure or capacity management,” MongoDB CTO Mark Porter wrote in a blog post. “With serverless instances on MongoDB Atlas, now available in preview, you can automatically get the database resources you need based on your workload demand.”

For users, this means less decisions to make when launching a database. MongoDB will ask which cloud…



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