I've often wondered why so many of the companies behind popular open source databases -- such as MongoDB -- leave it to others to provide their database as a managed cloud service. After all, who could do a better job of operating a database than the people who build, support, and maintain it?
Apparently, I'm not the only one to get this bright idea. Yesterday, MongoDB released its own DBaaS (database as a service) offering called MongoDB Atlas.
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