As a leading UK database company, dsp has a proven pedigree in the support and maintenance of MongoDB. Our team of experts are available around the clock, currently supporting over 100 medium to enterprise sized organisations on multiple databases including Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Couchbase, Hadoop and Cassandra.
Our MongoDB Managed Services are focused on reducing IT costs while increasing the resilience and performance of all associated applications.
Key elements of our MongoDB support service include:
MongoDB is now recognised as one of the leading NoSQL database options. We take this technology and through our extensive knowledge and expertise deliver a low cost, scalable and high productive infrastructure; comfortably delivering enterprise grade solutions.
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