Platform.sh Partners with MongoDB
October 06, 2022

Platform.sh announced it has partnered with MongoDB.

The partnership means that enterprises using Platform.sh now have access to the latest version of MongoDB. This will help them improve visibility via one source of control, giving users the ability to track multiple applications and include native, at-rest encryption that meets the latest security compliance standards.

Those already using MongoDB or those interested in running projects on Platform.sh with MongoDB can now take full advantage of upgraded access control and data security features, simplified and automated deployments, alerts, and backups, as well as 24-hour enterprise-grade support from development through to production.

Previous versions of MongoDB that were available to Platform.sh users, including versions 3.x, have reached their End-of-Life status, and are no longer supported. This partnership ensures these users, as well as those new to MongoDB, are running projects on supported versions of the database that include upgraded features.

Customers will also receive around-the-clock 24/7 assistance from support teams, including the people who designed and developed MongoDB—who each have 10-years-pllus of experience working with the database—as well as on-demand online trraining and emergency patches if required. By using MongoDB alongside Platform.sh, end-users will be able to access all Platform.sh features on top of all MongoDB features. For example, with Platform.sh, if a developer needs to test a new version of a website, they can simply click on the PSH branch button and instantly obtain a clone. And with the automated backups feature, users don't need to worry about manually scheduling backups anymore since it's all built in.

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