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Getting Enterprise Features to Your MongoDB Community Edition

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Getting Enterprise Features to Your MongoDB Community Edition

Read this article in order to learn more about how to get enterprise features to your MongoDB Community Edition.

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Many of us need MongoDB Enterprise Edition but might be short of resources or would like to compare the value.

I have summarized several key features of MongoDB Enterprise Edition and their alternatives:

  • MongoDB Cloud Manager: Performance monitoring ($500/yr/machine) => $1000-1500
  • Datadog/NewRelic => $120-$180/yr per machine, Datadog is better for this case
  • DYI using tools such as mongotop, mongostat, Mtools and integrate with grapha and others

Replication is recommended and is part of the community edition:

Replica set => min 3 nodes, at least 2 data nodes in 3 data centers (2 major DC and one small).

There are 3 major options (that can be combined of course):

  • fsync to MongoDB and physical backup:
    • Fast backup/restore
    • Might be inconsistent/unreliable
  • Logical backup: based on mongodump
    • Can be done w/ $2.5/GB using the cloud manager w/ Point in time recovery
    • Can be done w/ Percona hot backup
    • Incremental is supported
  • Have a delayed node

The first two may be done using a 3rd data node in hidden for backup (high frequency backup) that enable

  • Disk-based encryption => data at rest (can be done in AWS and several storage providers)
  • eCryptFS => Percona => data at Rest
  • Encryption based application by the programmers in the class level before saving to disk.

Using Percona edition is a good alternative that may close many of your enterprise needs.

It is well supported with MongoDB BI Connector in the enterprise edition but can be done also with:

  • Some BI tool supports MongoDB natively
  • 3rd party provider for JDBC connector: such as Simba and https://www.progress.com/jdbc/mongodb

Getting your MongoDB Community Edition to meet Enterprise requirements is not simple, but with the right effort, it can be done.

Compliant Database DevOps and the role of DevSecOps DevOps is becoming the new normal in application development, and DevSecOps is now entering the picture. By balancing the desire to release code faster with the need for the same code to be secure, it addresses increasing demands for data privacy. But what about the database? How can databases be included in both DevOps and DevSecOps? What additional measures should be considered to achieve truly compliant database DevOps? This whitepaper provides a valuable insight. Get the whitepaper

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