Improve MongoDB performance with Momento

Boost your database speed and efficiency while saving on costs with a pay-as-you-go model.

Why Momento?

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Free your developers from cache or pub/sub management tasks for your database. With Momento, you can enable them to focus on more valuable work.
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Momento seamlessly handles increased workloads and growing data volumes, ensuring consistent performance as you application expands.
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Momento's pay-per-use model allows you to build production grade applications for a few dollars-and that's if you don't fit in our generous free tier.

Learn how to reduce your processing by 40% by grabbing your data from Momento Cache

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Momento services that can help improve MongoDB performance

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Momento Cache

Using Momento Cache with MongoDB improves read operation latency for frequently accessed data. It outperforms re-executing complex queries in MongoDB, making data retrieval more efficient. Momento Cache also offers automatic data expiration, allowing you to set a TTL (time-to-live) on cached data. When the data is no longer required, Momento Cache automatically removes it. This feature is useful for temporary or session data that doesn't need to be stored in a persistent database like MongoDB.
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Momento Topics

Momento Topics can provide your MongoDB-powered application a serverless, high-speed, low-drag publish/subscribe mechanism that can be used for messaging between different parts of your applications, chat use cases, and more. This offloads such tasks to a system equipped to handle this specifically and not bother your database. Overall Momento Topics can significantly improve MongoDB performance by optimizing query routing, load balancing, automatic scaling, and more.
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