Enterprise IT vendors Cloudera and MongoDB announced their partnership to assist enterprises to define big data strategies and manage modern data.
The combination of Cloudera Enterprise and MongoDB will enable customers to easily develop, operate and manage big data infrastructure that powers modern applications.
Enterprises will benefit as 80 percent of enterprise data is unstructured and growing at twice the rate of structured data. MongoDB and Cloudera Enterprise handle data, assisting users to capture, serve and analyze their data.
There are emerging market opportunities. One such opportunity is from the emergence of NoSQL databases as the new default operational data store. The enterprise data hub (EDH) for processing and analytic workloads is also adding opportunity.
“A Hadoop-powered enterprise data hub is an alternative center for data storage and analytics, and together with MongoDB, we empower companies to keep all of their data in full fidelity and at minimal cost, in order to power the data needs of all connected applications and IT infrastructure,” said Cloudera Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer Mike Olson.
MongoDB and Cloudera are already working together for the latest version of MongoDB Connector for Hadoop to simplify data management between MongoDB and Hadoop. The company said the current MongoDB Connector for Hadoop, which provides the ability to use MongoDB as an input source and/or an output destination for Hadoop data, is certified on Cloudera Enterprise 5.
“To stay competitive, organizations need to stop looking backwards to relational databases and look forward to scalable and agile technologies to keep up with modern application demands,” said Max Schireson, CEO at MongoDB.