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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.

Bosch and MongoDB partner on big data solutions for the Internet of Things

"MongoDB's scalable, flexible and secure data management platform and our market-proven software suite for the Internet of Things will allow our customers to profit from a faster realisation of their business models, as well as rapid adaptions and enhancements that are imminent for being successful in the Internet of Things."

Silver Spring SilverLink™ Sensor Network Wins 2014 Smart Grid Product of the Year

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.

Bosch, MongoDB in data solutions tie-up

Bosch Software Innovations, the software and systems arm of the Bosch Group, and MongoDB, database provider for applications, on Wednesday said both companies will work together to deliver big data solutions to the mobility, retail/supply chain and manufacturing markets.

Duetto helps hotels fight back against Kayak, Priceline, & Hotwire

Based on the information, hotels can sell rooms at the highest possible profit. This past New Year’s Eve, Duetto customer Affinia Hotels increased revenues at its Manhattan location by $56,000, a 24 percent jump over New Year’s Eve 2012, according to Duetto. So what’s under the hood of Duetto’s software-as-a-service? It runs on a MongoDB database, a Duetto engineer told me. The back-end server software is mostly Java built on a Jetty web server. The front end is a single-page Java script application.

Bosch Joins MongoDB for Internet of Things Applications

Dr Rainer Kallenbach, CEO of Bosch Software Innovations, said: "The value of IoT applications can only be fully realised when analysis is delivered in real time - providing the ability to react and respond as processes are in-flight. These applications call for innovative software development methodologies and flexible data models." Max Schireson, CEO at MongoDB, added: "Together, we share a laser focus on enabling modern applications that address connectivity needs in a networked world and support new business models."

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