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I do no like the default Amazon EC2 management control panel and I am looking for other third party services that allows me to manage my EC2 instances (and monitor them perhaps).

Any ideas?

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Check out Ylastic's service.

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Ok, thanks. I need to be able to add a MongoDB server easily. Can I do that at Ylastic? – Jonathan Clark Jan 12 '12 at 12:18
I'm not sure. Sorry. Try to check out RightScale also. Good luck! – bintut Jan 12 '12 at 14:45

If you don't like the default Amazon EC2 management control panel, you may be interested in cloud management platforms such as Scalr (I work there) and RightScale. The main between Scalr and Rightscale are: open-source, application deployments and DNS management.

Following one of your comments, Scalr manage MongoDB server as well: replica, shard, scripts... (for more info). There is a free 30-day trial version which includes all the features.

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