If you’re an mLab customer, you’ve likely heard the news that they’ve been acquired by MongoDB and your clusters are going to be migrated to MongoDB Atlas sometime in the next 12 months. While some are excited, others indifferent, and a few are just waiting to see how it pans out, there are a good number of users who are concerned about what this means for their MongoDB deployments.
If you’ve been monitoring this announcement on Twitter or the various developer forums, you’ve likely seen many wondering what other alternatives there are for MongoDB hosting. Well, you’re in luck. There are many different options out there, and you may be pleasantly surprised to find that you could be better off with a different MongoDB DBaaS solution. Let’s take a look at the different MongoDB hosting alternatives for mLab and MongoDB Atlas.
Compare MongoDB DBaaS Providers
So what else is available other than MongoDB Atlas and mLab? The top 3 other MongoDB DBaaS providers include ScaleGrid, Compose and ObjectRocket — all of whom provide MongoDB hosting, management, monitoring, and free support. Which one is right for you? This, of course, depends on what you’re looking for out of a MongoDB-as-a-Service solution. Check out this MongoDB Hosting Provider Comparison to …