MongoDB 3.0 with WiredTiger storage engine – brought to you by the architects who originally developed the Berkeley DB – is now available in multiple data centers on the ObjectRocket platform, making it the first database-as-a-service to offer the new pluggable storage engine.
This is a guest post written and contributed by Rollie Schmidt Sr., Director of Business Development at Clustrix, a Rackspace Cloud Tools partner. Clustrix is the leading scale-out SQL database engineered for the cloud.
Developers want to spend time focusing on new features rather than managing their databases. This reinforces the importance of database-as-a-service (DBaaS). This is why today we’re fortifying our technology partnership with Cloudant through a strategic investment.
Managing a database is hard. It’s a time-consuming process that requires experienced tech specialists to work around-the-clock in order to meet the complex demands of provisioning, monitoring security and delivering creative solutions.
Why did Rackspace acquire ObjectRocket?
We are committed to providing customers with the tools they need to build their businesses on top of the Rackspace Open Cloud. Databases are the core of almost any application and MongoDB is quickly becoming the de facto choice for NoSQL applications. See the blog post from Rackspace president, Lew Moorman on the rationale for investing in MongoDB here.