MongoDB Connector for Hadoop Now Certified with Top 3 Hadoop Vendors

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We’re excited to announce that our MongoDB Connector for Hadoop has just been certified on MapR’s latest distribution, 4.0.1.

The connector, which allows customers to use MongoDB as an input source and/or output destination for Hadoop deployments, is now certified on distributions from all of the leading vendors in the space, including MapR, Hortonworks, and Cloudera.

As an operational database for use cases such as Single View, Internet of Things, Real-Time Analytics, and more, MongoDB is the perfect technology complement to Hadoop. With the connector, live data from MongoDB can be brought into Hadoop, enriched through analytics (often with data from other sources), and then passed back into MongoDB to better serve user-facing applications.

Orbitz, the travel booking company, uses MongoDB and Hadoop together to deliver real-time pricing and compete for travel shoppers. MongoDB serves as the data collector while Hadoop is used to store and analyze the data.

The City of Chicago built a futuristic predictive analytics platform using MongoDB and Hadoop Their WindyGrid system allows officials to access a real-time view into crime, public health and other citizen issues. Data analysis allows the city to predict disease outbreaks and decide in real-time where to place first responders.


Other Common Use Cases That Leverage MongoDB + Hadoop


Ecommerce

MongoDB can be used to... Hadoop can be used to…
  • Store products, inventory, customer profiles, clickstream data
  • Run real-time recommendations
  • Session management
  • Detect Fraud
  • Store complete transaction history, and clickstream history
  • Build recommendation model and fraud detection models

Insurance

MongoDB can be used to... Hadoop can be used to…
  • Store insurance policies, customer web data, call center data, demographic data
  • Real-time churn detection
  • Conduct customer action analysis
  • Create churn prediction algorithms
Learn more about how Hadoop and MongoDB can work together [here](http://www.mongodb.com/hadoop-and-mongodb).

What’s next?

Get started by checking out the documentation on the MongoDB Connector for Hadoop or learn more at one of our upcoming MongoDB Days: MongoDB London, 11/6; MongoDB Munich, 11/12; MongoDB Paris, 11/18; MongoDB Beijing, 11/22; and MongoDB SF, 12/3.