Hopefully, in the next article, we will include a performance aspect along with our experience to date.
I’d like to add that their support staff has been awesome so far, really fast in getting a response (hoping this continues). They also seem to be actively improving Atlas, I have noticed updates in their FAQ, Guide and also Atlas’s UI since signing up.
Meteor by default only connects/uses 1 database in a cluster. But you can create multiple databases inside a cluster etc. if you wish or have other apps connecting to different DB’s in the same cluster.
The pricing has changed slightly since writing this article. You can get 1 free shared cluster which has limited functionality for dev purposes etc. which you could try out.
It’s free to signup to MongoDB Atlas and when setting up the cluster you can change all the params whilst showing you how this will effect costs! It is hands down the best experience I have had from the various DB hosting services out there that I have used in the past.
@cfnelson Thanks, but after I create Cluster: myTesting, I can’t see/find any option to create database name.
But I try to use cmd to connect the cluster, It is work find with database name = cluster name.
(I use free testing account)
Will give that try. 2 of the broken ones are using Galaxy’s built in default cert with .meteorapp.com domains. That really seems like that is the problem. Atlas isn’t accepting the SSL from .meteorapp.com.