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MongoDB is Snapdeal's Database Choice

Kamal Brar, general manager, Asia Pacific at MongoDB, said: "With 25 million members, Snapdeal is the largest online marketplace in the country and is contributing to India's growth story in the e-commerce industry. We are pleased to partner with them and contribute to their success. Our document data model provides Snapdeal with a responsive and consistent platform that will enable them to provide more up-to-date and relevant product catalogs as well as better experience to their customers."

Snapdeal chooses MongoDB to boost offering, improve customer experience

Commenting on the association Kamal Brar, General Manager, Asia Pacific at MongoDB, said, "We are pleased to partner with Snapdeal and contribute to their success. Our document data model provides Snapdeal with a responsive and consistent platform that will enable them to provide more up-to-date and relevant product catalogs as well as better experience to their customers."

Bosch Software Innovations and MongoDB Provide Solutions for IoT

The Internet of Things is quickly becoming embedded in the operational fabric of business,” said Max Schireson, CEO at MongoDB. “As an established brand that is already entrenched in millions of innovative applications across a variety of consumer and industrial markets, Bosch Software Innovations — the software and systems house of the Bosch Group — is positioned to address new connectivity needs in a networked world. Together, we are focused on enabling modern applications that address connectivity needs in a networked world and support new business models.”

What does the future hold for NoSQL?

One of the reasons MongoDB has been so popular is that it's a true, general purpose database that is useful in a broad array of use cases including content management, big data (including the database powering a new breed of internet of things applications), product and asset catalogs, and more.

MongoDB Tips & Tricks: Handling $type and Arrays

According to Thomas Zahn, Co-Founder and CEO of 3T Software Labs, coming to MongoDB from a relational database background is a relief. In this recent article from the 3T Software Labs Blog, he points to the flexibility and dynamic nature of MongoDB as big selling points, as well as the JSON-based query language.

MongoDB joins forces with Bosch to develop data-driven apps for the Internet of Things

The flood of machine-generated data from the Internet of Things is one of the primary drivers behind the accelerating adoption of non-relational systems touted as both flexible and scalable enough to keep pace with the explosion in connected devices. MongoDB, the company behind the popular open source document store of the same, is riding the trend.

The company this week announced a partnership with the software development subsidiary of Germany’s Bosch Group, one of largest maker of automotive components and home appliances in the world, to deliver applications that can take advantage of real-time sensory information. The alliance represents a major strategic landmark for both firms.

SilverLink Sensor Network Expedites Implementation of Smart Grid Applications

The SilverLink Sensor Network enables utilities and other network operators to connect real-time data to business processes to make smarter and faster business decisions, lower IT costs, create a more agile organization, and more quickly and cost-effectively launch new business models and services. Partners including AutoGrid, Bidgely, Detectent, DVI, MongoDB, ONZO, Plotwatt, and Sentient are already engaging with Silver Spring to leverage the SilverLink Sensor Network.

Java developers prefer JUnit, Jenkins, and Git

Other popular Java tools, according to the survey, are Jenkins (70 percent), Git (69 percent), the Hibernate object-relational mapping framework (67.5 percent), the Maven build tool (64 percent), and the Nexus repository (64 percent). The Eclipse IDE, used by 50 percent of respondents, was the most popular IDE, while the MySQL database (at 32 percent) was the top SQL technology. MongoDB (at 56 percent) was the leading NoSQL choice.

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