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AWS deployment best practices for Mongo?

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I use Ubuntu if that matters. I install Mongo like I would on any Linux server, make sure to open certain ports through security groups, etc. Are there any best practices or perhaps specific EC2 support for Mongo I can leverage?

AFAIK Amazon doesnt provide RDS-like managed Mongo instances.

posted Aug 27, 2015 by anonymous

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