Gartner Positions MongoDB as a Challenger on the Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems

Meghan Gill

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Whether you are evaluating database technologies for an upcoming project or simply want to learn about the evolving database landscape, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant can help. The recently released report on operational databases provides you with the analysis you need to make sense of a rapidly-changing industry.

As you can see, Gartner has positioned MongoDB as a challenger in the latest edition of the Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems:

We believe that next-generation applications require a new type of database. As enterprises face growing amounts of unstructured data, they are looking beyond the relational database for new technologies to manage their data. Customers like MetLife, Forbes and ADP are already achieving proven time-to-market advantages with MongoDB over relational databases.

We know that using an open source technology like MongoDB means that you can easily get started, rapidly prototype and test your application. And with MongoDB Inc. as your commercial partner, you can accelerate your project’s time to success.

Read the full report to get access to Gartner’s complete analysis.

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