Upgrading ReplicaSet with MMS
on February 7th, 2015
On category: NoSql

My RS of three mongo instances is running mongo 2.6.6 and now I want to upgrade to the latest version. Thanks to mms I can simply start the upgrade process directly from a web page, without needing to have an access to my real servers. The real good stuff is that the upgrade process is completely […]

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Another big advantages of using MMS to manage your mongo deployments is the ability to automatic upgrade agents and instances. For agents you can simply open the deployment area of a group and select edit mode. If some agent is outdated, the interface will immediately warn you with an alert on the top of the […]

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In an old post I’ve shown how to easily deploy mongo thanks to MMS online services. Mms is not only useful to deploy mongo instances, but it is exceptional also for monitoring and configuring. One of the most interesting features is managing users easily from mms web interface. Suppose you had installed mongo on an […]

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Deploy mongo easily with mms
on November 1st, 2014
On category: NoSql

One of the reason why Mongo is gaining a lot of momentum in the industry is the easy of use. Just download the package, start mongod and you are donw. When you are in production, you cannot surely simply install your mongo as a service, start it and then forget it without any kind of […]

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If you need to do an aggregation in MongoDb on a DateTime property and you want to aggregate only by Date part, you can use a simple trick and use a filter to compose the date part before the grouping. Here is the code   Thanks to the power of aggregation framework, we can construct […]

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