MongoDB is a general-purpose, document-based, distributed database built for modern application developers and for the cloud era.
This is a quick deployment and ready-to-run image.
Simple and rapid installation. Easy to maintain.
Connecting to MongoDB on Ubuntu 20.04 using Robo 3T 1.4 through the SSH tunnel with the private key
- To connect to the database, you should generate a “Private Key” in .pem format in advance. You can do this using the following instruction:
- Go to the download page of Robo 3T v.1.4.1 – Download
- Download the portable(.zip) or the installer (.exe)
- If the portable version was downloaded, unpack the archive “robo3t-1.4.1-windows-x86_64-122dbd9.zip” and run the file robo3t.exe
If you’ve downloaded the installer, run the file “robo3t-1.4.1-windows-x86_64-122dbd9.exe” and finish the installation process. After that open the Robo 3T app through the start menu.
- When you start the app, the window with the creation of the connection opens. If this did not happen, click “File” > “Connect…” in the upper right corner.
- In the “Connections” window click on “Create”.
- In the “Connection” tab in the “Name” field name the connection in any convenient way. The other fields leave with no changes.
- Go to the “SSH” tab and tick the “Use SSH tunnel”.
- In the “SSH Address” field enter the address of the virtual machine.
- In the “SSH User Name” field type the username “ubuntu” to connect to the VM.
- In the “SSH Auth Method” field select the “Private Key”.
- In the “Private Key” field, specify the path to your key in .pem format.
- Click “Save” to save the connection.
- In the Connection window select the connection you just created and click the “Connect” button.