Author: Esayas Aloto

Senior MongoDB Professional, RM MySQL

Esayas Aloto

Esayas is MongoDB Certified Associate DBA with experience administering MongoDB, an open-source document database and the leading NoSQL database. Prior to working with MongoDB Esayas worked with Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. Esayas has extensive experience on installation, configuration, backup, recovery, performance tuning, capacity planning, security, upgrades, maintenance, monitoring, replica set configuration, sharding, and design of large scale databases. Esayas Aloto also has MBA from University of Northern Virginia.

Articles Written by Esayas Aloto

MongoDB is a perfect candidate for a cloud migration because it's designed to act as a distributed database system. There are three options to migrate.

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Amazon now supports MongoDB migration onto its AWS platform. Find out why MongoDB and Amazon S3 combination is a perfect match for the database infrastructure.

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You don't have to wait until your DBA quits or your database crashes to find a solution to staffing your MongoDB operation. A new Datavail blog post explains how.

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MongoDB will start generating alerts when not properly configured and maintained. This post provides a rundown of best practices to use when running MongoDB.

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Although MongoDB hadn't been around for as long as other major DBMS, it's being widely used in enterprise applications due to its high performance and scalability.

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MongoDB has finally entered cloud computing with its latest Database-as-a-service software — MongoDB Atlas.

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Graph databases prioritize the relationships between data points, making them useful for recommendation engines, shopping sites, online dating sites, and other "matching" applications.

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MongoDB 3.2 is shaping up to be a major release, with new features that will make business intelligence easier and encryption better.

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MongoDB 3.2 is widely used in a variety of industries by such customers as Urban Outfitters, the City of Chicago, and IBM. Visit to learn more.

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