10gen, the lead commercial sponsor behind MongoDB, last week announced two partnerships designed to help get the open source NoSQL database on the radars of companies looking for solutions to their Big Data challenges.
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EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE:EPAM), a leading software engineering and IT Outsourcing (ITO) provider with development centers across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), today announced a partnership with 10gen, the company behind the leading open-source non-relational database MongoDB.
Red Hat's (RHT) new deal with the sponsors of the MongoDB database sounds like simple accretion - the addition of another arrow in the product quiver - but it puts the company on a collision course with the toughest guys in tech, Oracle (ORCL).
Earlier this week, 10gen, the promising AlleyCorp startup launched by DoubleClick cofounder Dwight Merriman, announced a new partnership with an eye toward helping developers who work with big data and cloud technologies. The boost in market share probably doesn’t hurt either.
Schireson, 41, enrolled at UC Berkeley at age 14. And it was there that the current president of 10gen, a Bay Area-based software company that develops large databases, began his tech career. The database he develops is called MongoDB.
10gen and Red Hat yesterday announced a major expansion of their previous relationship. The two companies are now going to make it much easier to use 10gen's MongoDB on Red Had operating systems and middleware solutions. Red Hat's Red Hat Enterprise Linux enterprise operating system, Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) OpenShift and Red Hat JBoss Middleware Solutions will all work with Mongodb.
Two of the biggest names in the open source world announced a partnership yesterday. Red Hat, the North Carolina based provider of open source software for the enterprise and 10Gen, the New York based company behind the increasingly popular NoSQL database MongoDB, are partnering to help developers deliver on the promise of big data and the cloud.
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Open ... and Shut Someone clearly forgot to tell the MongoDB crowd that they lost. Ever since an anonymous poster on HackerNews called the MongoDB baby "ugly", I've been watching to see if MongoDB's early rise would taper off and fall.
And let's be clear: MongoDB is doing very, very well, by pretty much any measure. In terms of general search interest, Hadoop is the volume leader but MongoDB isn't far behind, while NoSQL competitor CouchDB is well behind both.
When running databases, how do you get the speed you want while offering the flexibility and cost savings of the cloud? At Structure:Data in New York City Thursday, Wordnik co-founder Tony Tam talked about how his company was able to move its relational database from dedicated hardware to the cloud.