MongoDB is a popular, scalable, NoSQL database used by millions of developers. You can run your own MongoDB instance as a private service on Render backed by high performance SSDs with automatic daily snapshots.If you're interested in connecting a Render-hosted app with a database on MongoDB Atlas instead of with an instance of MongoDB hosted on Render, refer to the guide:
Click the Deploy to Render button below to deploy MongoDB on Render.
Pick Docker for the Environment.
masterbranch uses the latest stable version of MongoDB. You can pick a different branch if you’d like to use a specific MongoDB version.
Under Advanced, add a disk with the following values:
10 GBFeel free to change this to suit your needs.
You’re all set! Save your private service, and your MongoDB instance should be up in a few
minutes. You should be able to connect to it using the
host:port displayed in the dashboard. It should look like
You can use the shell in your dashboard to connect to your database.
mongo --host mongo-xyz
Relying on a disk snapshot to restore a database is not recommended. Restoring a disk snapshot will likely result in corrupted or lost database data.
Using a database’s recommended backup tool (for example: mongodump) is the recommended way to backup and restore a database without corrupted or lost data.