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Teradata, MongoDB Get Their Databases Together
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D. Henschen
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6/19/2014 | 12:21:15 PM
MongoDB and IBM: Stay Tuned
MongoDB is a New York-based company, and it seems to have very cosy ties with fellow NY-based company IBM. As mentioned above, IBM added support for MongoDB's query language last year, and DB2 already had support for JSON. We'll see if next Week's MongoDB World event sees direct integration between DB2 and MongoDB -- much like the Teradata/MongoDB connector. Another possibility would be hosting for MongoDB as a service in the IBM Softlater Cloud -- but wouldn't that compete with the Cloudant service IBM acquired earlier this year? Still scratching my head to figure out the goals there.
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6/19/2014 | 2:44:11 PM
Query execution time integration business potential
Great article, Doug! Agile integrated use of historical data and the operational big data in MongoDB can change the way business is done.  New rapid insight goes well beyond adding new data and insight to existing processes.  A SQL query with JSONPath notation and structured columns analyzing data in Teradata Database and MongoDB lets the business ask questions the way they visualize the business, not the way the data is stored.

Alan Greenspan, Teradata Product Marketing
D. Henschen
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6/25/2014 | 4:13:42 PM
Microsoft, Google, SAP and Pentaho
Turns out the new partnerships launched at MongoDB World included Microsoft (Azure), Google (Computer Engine), Pentaho (ETL and BI), and SAP (Lumira). Read MongoDB Debuts On Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine.

 


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