MongoDB

You depend on your MongoDB environment for high availability to support massive amounts of data and huge numbers of users. This means you need fast, powerful recovery and restore capabilities, plus an efficient way to manage your MongoDB infrastructure.

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Flexible recovery options

Commvault delivers — with automated, efficient protection and granular recovery to help you cut costs, increase performance and reduce risk.

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Improve utilization and optimize costs with a scale-out data protection architecture combining Commvault Complete™ Backup and Recovery and Commvault HyperScale™ Software with Cisco UCS infrastructure. By consolidating and eliminating your data silos, you’ll shrink your on-premises hardware footprint, gain massive agility and finally have that holistic, big-picture view of your data you’ve always wanted, wherever it’s stored.

Strong support for Mongo technology

Commvault supports mongorestore technology, which lets you keep backups small and lightweight. When you hook into the mongodump, you use less space and can restore faster. And you can roll back deployments much faster than with a manual process.

Easy restoration throughout your environment

Given the scale of MongoDB infrastructures, precision, flexibility and granularity are key. Our platform lets you produce binary file dumps, restore and index them, then quickly roll back production updates to restore data. You can also take data from a specific node in a cluster and backup that instance, dumping it to disk or restoring a certain node. That backup data can propagate to the rest of the cluster. If servers are acting up, you can take them out of the cluster and easily and quickly restore them to last known build.

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