Nashville, TN (Sep 16, 2013) - has had an egg hatch and is now offering MongoDB hosting free on all its shared and reseller linux hosting accounts with cPanel. A custom cPanel plugin has been developed, providing clients with the ability to manage databases and users easily, all while staying within the cPanel control panel.

Modules to interface with MongoDB have also been added to every programming platform that madRooster.comís linux shared and reseller hosting accounts support. This includes, PHP 5.3 & 5.4, Ruby on Rails, Perl, and Python. This allows for unrestricted development of any project in this environment.

MongoDB is quickly becoming the industry standard in tableless or NoSQL offerings. This open source document-oriented database allows for greater scalability of projects than most traditional relational databases systems. Its popularity can also be accredited to significant performance benefits in terms of latency and throughput

madRooster.comís shared hosting servers use the latest technologies, while hosting its operating system and all database on the fastest SSD drives available. They also provide daily and weekly backups to all data, that can easily be restored as needed. For more information on plans that start at $4.95/month visit: With offices located in Nashville, TN and Phoenix, AZ all servers are in a Tier 1 Datacenter in Phoenix, AZ. plans on launching more new features in the coming months to all of its hosting solutions. As they approach their 10 year anniversary, their lead technology consultant Tony Holloway was quoted saying: "We have many eggs in our incubator, and like all our other offerings, they will be unique to the industry once they are ready to hatch." takes a unique approach to their hosting solution by offering free consulting to its clients, to help ensure that a client does not spend more than necessary or over think their hosting solutions. It was through this process that gave birth to this latest offering. "Our clients kept asking for it, so we listened and are happy to be able to offer them MongoDB now." added Tony Holloway.