Compose.io is a Database-as-a-Service company, offering a fully managed platform to deploy, host and scale databases.
Compose.io started out working with MongoDB, but has since expanded to offering managed services for Elasticsearch and RethinkDB. The company says it deploys databases instantly with backups, monitoring, performance tuning and a full suite of management tools.
Compose.io was formally known as MongoHQ and is based in San Mateo California, with offices in Birmingham, Alabama. Pricing for its MongoDB service starts from $18 per GB per month, RethinkDB from $21 per month and ElasticSearch from $54 per month for the first 2GB and $18 for every GB after that.
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