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At MongoDB World last month MongoDB founder and CTO Eliot Horowitz announced support for pluggable storage engines scheduled for the 2.8 release. This is exciting stuff as it means mongo users will now be able to choose a storage engine that best suits their workload and with the API planned to have full support of All MongoDB features, while not having to give up any of the current functionality that they enjoy. Not only that, but nodes in the same replica set will be able to use different storage engines, enabling all sorts of interesting configurations for varying needs.
MongoDB Inc. has introduced lots of great new enterprise features with release 2.6 of MongoDB, however, one thing still absent is a desktop application to manage your database. Introducing Robomongo, the cross-platform and open source MongoDB management tool. With the following instructions you'll see how easy it is to integrate RoboMongo with your ObjectRocket MongoDB instance.
For a number of months ObjectRocket has had a handful of customers helping our team develop integration with New Relic. Offering a suite of software analytics products, New Relic helps their customers gain actionable, real-time business insights from the billions of metrics their software is producing, including user click streams, mobile activity, end user experiences and transactions.