Company Overview of MongoDB, Inc.
MongoDB, Inc. designs, develops, and delivers databases for various solutions, such as big data, content management and delivery, mobile and social infrastructure, user data management, data hub applications, and general purpose data stores. It offers MongoDB, a NoSQL database for Fortune 500 companies and startups; MongoDB Enterprise, a commercial edition of MongoDB that provides enterprise-grade capabilities; and MongoDB Management Service (MMS), a cloud-based suite of services for managing MongoDB deployments. The company’s MMS provides real-time reporting, visualization, and alerting on key database and hardware indicators and presents the data in an intuitive Web dashboard. It also offe...
New York, NY 10012
Founded in 2007
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MongoDB, Inc. Key Developments
MongoDB Announces Fully-Managed Service on Microsoft Azure
Jun 24 14
MongoDB announced a fully-managed, highly available MongoDB-as-a-service offering available as an Add-On in the Microsoft Azure Store. The offering, announced at MongoDB's inaugural global community event-MongoDB World, is delivered in collaboration with Microsoft Corp. and MongoLab. The new service, which combines technologies from MongoDB and MongoLab, runs MongoDB Enterprise and makes it easier to deploy MongoDB applications in the cloud by offering replication, monitoring and support from MongoDB, Inc. The service is backed up by MongoDB Management Service (MMS), allowing for point-in-time recovery of MongoDB deployments.
MongoDB Delivers Multi-Petabyte Data Store Option for Adobe Experience Manager
Jun 5 14
MongoDB announced that Adobe has added support for MongoDB, the database for modern applications, to facilitate the storage of data with the release of version 6.0 of Adobe Experience Manager, the market leader in Web experience management. Experience Manager enables marketers to create, manage and optimize customer-facing digital experiences across all channels, including web, mobile apps, social, video and in-store. Adobe built a version of the persistence layer for Experience Manager 6.0 on MongoDB, which stores petabytes of data that customers need for their large-scale content repositories, for management and delivery of mission-critical digital experiences. Many of the most recognizable brands, including Audi, Philips and Verizon Wireless, already use Experience Manager to accelerate development of digital experiences that increase customer loyalty, engagement and demand. With support for MongoDB, Adobe has added another option that delivers horizontal scalability for a large number of concurrent writes and reads that will keep pace with customers' exponential growth in digital assets. MongoDB's enterprise readiness also ensures ease of management for customers hosting their own instances of Experience Manager. MongoDB tightly integrates with Experience Manager, supporting a modern, world-class digital experience management platform. By introducing a new content repository architecture based on the JCR 2.0 standard, Experience Manager provides customers flexibility for implementing large and distributed repositories while maintaining industry standard compliance for content-centric applications. Experience Manager customers who take advantage of MongoDB can deploy a highly scalable content repository to support their business needs, as well as migrate content from legacy systems.
Bosch Software Innovations and MongoDB to Work Closely on Big Data Solutions for IOT
May 22 14
Bosch Software Innovations has entered a partnership with MongoDB. The partnership will see the two companies working closely on big data solutions for applications that involve the Internet of Things (IOT) in the mobility, retail and supply chain and manufacturing sectors. The partnership seeks to back the development of applications involving rich new sources of complex, real-time data from sensors and other connected devices, like cars and industrial machines. The two partners said solutions to collect and make best use of the data these devices can generate will be increasingly necessary, as the IOT would see more and more devices become connected.
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