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Is there a database management software for MongoDB that makes it easy to create a cluster, add shards, backup shards and all the complicated stuff. There are some many MongoDB clients but they are suited for single database only, and no advanced functionality like creating and managing a MongoDB sharded cluster.

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closed as off-topic by Paul White, Phil, Aaron Bertrand Jan 26 '15 at 14:41

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There is no current software for managing clusters and sharding for MongoDB using a GUI but you can use the likes of mtool's mlaunch from the command line to launch clusters.

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