MongoDB and Linux on IBM Power Systems

MongoDB has become one of the most popular databases in the world due to its rapid extensibility and ability to efficiently scale to many nodes to accommodate larger data sets and business growth. In order to provide a unified store of business data for real-time access and analytics, MongoDB requires a platform that allows it to perform and scale efficiently, enabling more agile development and growth of cutting edge data-intensive applications.

IBM POWER System servers are optimized for compute-intensive database and analytics workloads and are built to manage large and complex mission critical applications. Designed with Big Data applications in mind, POWER8 servers offer 4x the threads per core, 4x the memory bandwidth, and 4x the cache than traditional x86, which provides users with high performance at a breakthrough TCO.

By integrating MongoDB with the speed and security of the POWER8 platform, the combined solution called RapidBuild provides a high performance, flexible, and secure solution to meet the most demanding SLAs for mission critical applications.

MongoDB and IBM LinuxONE

MongoDB is a cross-platform, NoSQL database which efficiently supports unstructured data and rapid prototyping. As MongoDB expands into enterprise use, it needs a powerful, scalable and secure server platform to support large databases, enable access to aggregated data sources, and deliver the high performance that businesses need.

IBM and MongoDB are working together to bring MongoDB to IBM LinuxONE. Currently available as a technology preview and in beta-test, MongoDB running on IBM LinuxONE offers clients better utilization, higher virtual machine density, and closeness to enterprise data.

MongoDB and Linux on IBM z Systems

MongoDB is also available on Linux on IBM z Systems, enabling scale-up as well as scale-out databases, co-located MongoDB instances sharing resources, and proximity to mission-critical data for aggregation.

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