MongoDB and Alibaba Cloud expand partnership to empower companies to build highly scalable applications
MongoDB, Inc and Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, are extending their partnership to further integrate MongoDB and Alibaba Cloud services to serve even more customers across industries such as gaming, automotive, and content development globally.
MongoDB provides a popular non-relational database, and through this partnership, customers can easily adopt and consume MongoDB-as-a-service—ApsaraDB for MongoDB—from Alibaba Cloud’s data centers globally.
Customers can use ApsaraDB for MongoDB to quickly and easily build modern applications at enterprise scale, according to the vendors.
“MongoDB’s partnership with Alibaba Cloud is valuable for our customers for several reasons,” said Alan Chhabra, executive vice president for worldwide partnerships at MongoDB. “We joined a U.S.-based software innovator and one of the most strategic cloud providers in the world to bring MongoDB’s flexible and scalable data model to developers in China. The past three years have produced tremendous innovation for our joint clients, and we look forward to another four years of driving even more customer success.”
Alibaba Cloud works closely with MongoDB’s technical teams to rapidly develop and launch cloud services for its customers.
Alibaba Cloud’s ApsaraDB for MongoDB takes advantage of the document data model to provide developers a flexible and highly scalable database to easily build applications and quickly ship new features to meet business demands.
"The three years of cooperation with MongoDB have demonstrated how much customers can benefit when we closely integrate MongoDB's capabilities with Alibaba Cloud's cloud-native environment, known as ApsaraDB for MongoDB," said Dr. Li Feifei, president of database business, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence. "By using the MongoDB database with Alibaba Cloud's distinctive features, customers can rapidly innovate and scale their business while reducing costs and increasing efficiency on ApsaraDB for MongoDB."
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