MongoLab

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MongoLab
Industry Software, Cloud Databases
Founded 2011
Founders
  • Will Shulman
  • Todd Dampier
  • Jared Cottrell
  • Angela Kung Shulman
Headquarters San Francisco, California
Area served Worldwide
Products MongoDB-as-a-Service
Website mongolab.com

MongoLab is a fully managed cloud database service that hosts MongoDB databases. MongoLab runs on cloud providers Amazon, Google, Joyent, Rackspace and Windows Azure, and has partnered with Platform-as-a-Service providers.

In May 2011, MongoLab secured $3 million in first-round funding from Foundry Group, Baseline Ventures, Upfront Ventures, Freestyle Capital and David Cohen.[1]

In October 2012, MongoLab received a follow-on investment of $5 million [2] and shortly thereafter, MongoLab was named by Network World[3] as one of the 10 most useful cloud databases along with Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud SQL, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace, and others.

In June 2014, MongoDB Inc. announced a fully managed highly available MongoDB-as-a-Service Add-On offering on the Microsoft Azure store. The offering is delivered in collaboration with Microsoft and MongoLab.[4]

MongoDB-as-a-Service[edit]

MongoLab services 15 datacenters across the world

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Partners[edit]

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Partners[edit]

Database Partner[edit]

Open-source Initiative[edit]

MongoLab provides open-source MongoDB tools at mongolab.org.

Further reading[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] MongoLab raises $3M
  2. ^ [2]
  3. ^ [3] 10 of the most useful cloud databases
  4. ^ [4]

External links[edit]