MongoDB and IBM are collaborating to establish new standards for accessing the data layer: BSON, the MongoDB write protocol and the MongoDB query language. IBM is working to implement the low-level MongoDB technology for the DB2 database and the WebSphere eXtreme Scale data grid platforms. It is a critical step forward, empowering developers to integrate data between MongoDB and IBM's two core data platforms, DB2 and the WebSphere eXtreme Scale data grid, both of which have adopted the new standards. The initiative is part of IBM's MobileFirst strategy to enable new mobile computing capabilities for business and to power the growth of enterprise applications.
IBM and MongoDB have worked closely to deliver enhanced security and monitoring with InfoSphere Guardium real-time solutions for data security and compliance. The integration, validated by MongoDB, helps enterprises meet audit and compliance objectives, guard against data leaks and uncover suspicious activities. InfoSphere Guardium works in concert with MongoDB security features to meet the challenges of Big Data and to protect large volumes of data in distributed environments.
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MongoDB works with IBM to provide a MongoDB cloud image for the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise, an enterprise-ready infrastructure as a service (IaaS). The IBM SmartCloud Enterprise is a self-service public cloud IaaS designed for agile development and applications built on the cloud by professional developers and enterprise IT. The agile service scales economically and speeds development of new applications.
Learn more about the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise at http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/us/en/iaas.html.