MongoDB, a provider of open-source database technologies for big data, claimed that the company’s partner program has achieved a consistent growth, as it reached more than 500 technology and service partners worldwide.
MongoDB (MDB) claimed that world’s leading technology providers including Amazon Web Service, HCL, IBM, Infusion and Red Hat cloud platforms have developed support for MongoDB. The company has also new collaborations with companies like Google, Cloudera, HortonWorks, Microstrategy and Pure Storage.
Demand for MDB is strong and growing quickly in response to the explosion of unstructured data, which today makes up 80 percent of all information created and used by enterprises, and is growing at twice the rate of unstructured data.
Enterprises increasingly realize the need to look beyond relational databases to a more flexible, scalable, modern database such as MongoDB to address their changing data needs, company officials said.
“We are also announces MongoDB Certified, a formal partner certification program that addresses the widespread customer demand for high-quality data base integrations and qualified consulting expertise, ensuring technology and services companies know how to architect their solutions with MongoDB. Certifications will be tied to MongoDB Enterprise,” Max Schireson, CEO, MongoDB, said.