MongoDB is a NoSQL database framework that is used in programming web applications as an alternative to MySQL due to an enhanced ability to scale & process requests at faster speeds. There are no major web hosting companies currently offering MongoDB support by default on their shared Linux hosting plans, so most developers and programmers will need to procure VPS plans for the framework.
MongoDB hosting can be easily deployed using Bitnami stack snapshots, build prints, and cloud servers. Using web server stack snapshots to install database frameworks like MongoDB gives developers the option of choice of Linux operating system, inclusion of programming language extensions, and system utilities, as well as speeding up the entire process considerably. Cloud servers with snapshots are the best alternative to VPS and dedicated server plans for MongoDB web hosting requirements.