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Score 8.8 out of 100
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Score 8.7 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Db2 on Cloud

A great product - would not shy away at all. It has some great features that makes it easy to read and write. Their on-memory technology for on-prem is good and overall it's user friendly with its approach. I even like the IBM product support team on helping out on our issues. There is massive community support over online bugs and seems like one of my best go to tools for Data Science.
Jay Padhya | TrustRadius Reviewer

MongoDB Atlas

It is suitable for database administrative operations that require a high level of speed, since by not working with conventional SQL it is possible to create data records faster, and therefore better manage work time. It is not necessary to create backend connections for the databases, since these backends of different web pages and applications automatically centralize the development data in a single place, which is useful when managing many services in parallel. It is much easier and faster to get a specific document based on special characteristics of your data, through the filtering system of MongoDB Atlas, since it manages large numbers of servers, and has a high capacity of data mimicry. The cluster shows a history of all the operations that have been performed during the day, so that it is easy to make job regressions in case you need to identify an error that occurred at some point during the day. All data from the MongoDB web application is automatically stored in the Atlas cloud.
Murray Clear | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Database-as-a-Service

Db2 on Cloud
8.1
MongoDB Atlas
9.4
Automatic software patching
Db2 on Cloud
8.6
MongoDB Atlas
8.8
Database scalability
Db2 on Cloud
9.4
MongoDB Atlas
9.1
Automated backups
Db2 on Cloud
7.6
MongoDB Atlas
9.7
Database security provisions
Db2 on Cloud
7.6
MongoDB Atlas
9.8
Monitoring and metrics
Db2 on Cloud
6.8
MongoDB Atlas
9.4
Automatic host deployment
Db2 on Cloud
8.7
MongoDB Atlas
9.7

Pros

Db2 on Cloud

  • Easy to manage.
  • Auto backups are available.
  • Always Availablity feature.
  • No downtime.
Rizwan Ali Joo | TrustRadius Reviewer

MongoDB Atlas

  • No infrastructure on our side. Free of management.
  • Easy to scale up and down.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Db2 on Cloud

  • UI : the UI can be improved to a great extent. Ideally we would want to see the UI/UX to match with latest trends.
  • Limitation to a 15TB database size for any edition below than ES for on-prem. I am sure Cloud solves it, but falls in the same range as others (sometimes higher), making it maybe not the first one to go to.
Jay Padhya | TrustRadius Reviewer

MongoDB Atlas

  • Live Migration Service.
Gene Baker | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Db2 on Cloud

Db2 on Cloud 9.0
Based on 2 answers
Easily the best product support team. :) Whenever we have questions, they have answered those in a timely manner and we like how they go above and beyond to help.
Jay Padhya | TrustRadius Reviewer

MongoDB Atlas

MongoDB Atlas 9.5
Based on 3 answers
As a developer, everything is very straight forward and easy to use. If you know how to use an AWS console and know about the features of MongoDB, Atlas's interface will be a child's play. The UI is intuitive and you won't need to consult customer support for anything. Also, you will have access to patches and updates from MongoDB in case of bugs and vulnerabilities as it's managed by MongoDB itself.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Db2 on Cloud

IBM Db2 is cheap, easy to use, and less human intervention is required.
Rizwan Ali Joo | TrustRadius Reviewer

MongoDB Atlas

When choosing a NoSQL, open source database, MongoDB is the clear winner from an implementation standpoint. For databases that are better suited for highly-organized data, a traditional database engine like MySQL, PostgreSQL, or Oracle's RDBMS may be a better choice. When the requirement is for a NoSQL production database, MongoDB and Atlas are the clear winners from an implementation and management perspective and is very cost-competitive with offerings from Azure Cosmos and Amazon Document DB.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Db2 on Cloud

  • Not as much business as in Pakistan.
  • It has yet to get developed in the market.
  • Rather new for many customers.
Rizwan Ali Joo | TrustRadius Reviewer

MongoDB Atlas

  • Since we can cover a much more exhaustive database management with MongoDB Atlas, we can say that we have partly increased our profit intake in relation to the time we have been using the software.
  • MongoDB Atlas has improved our earnings by 400%, which leaves our current ROI at a percentage of 5, having achieved our first 200% in the first half year of using the software.
Murray Clear | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

Db2 on Cloud

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Db2 on Cloud Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

MongoDB Atlas

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

MongoDB Atlas Editions & Modules

Edition
Shared ClustersFree
Dedicated Clusters$572
Dedicated Multi-Reigon Clusters$952
  1. per month
Additional Pricing Details

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Db2 on Cloud
8.6
MongoDB Atlas
9.6

Support Rating

Db2 on Cloud
9.0
MongoDB Atlas
9.5

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