10gen and Red Hat Deliver Integrated Security Solution for MongoDB
New York—July 23, 2013—10gen, the MongoDB company, and Red Hat (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced an integrated solution that extends the security of MongoDB. Some of the most demanding businesses depend on MongoDB and Red Hat technologies to increase their efficiency and protect their infrastructure.
10gen and Red Hat have integrated MongoDB’s security management capabilities with the Identity Management features included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. As a result, IT departments now have access to centralized user, password and certificate management, and are empowered to provide secure MongoDB deployments that are tightly integrated into their back office infrastructure.
Red Hat includes standards-based identity management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux to centrally manage individual identities and their authentication, authorization and privileges/permissions to increase the security of customer systems and help to ensure that the right people have access to the right information when they need it.
“By integrating MongoDB with Red Hat’s proven security infrastructure, we are adding an additional layer of protection on top of MongoDB, which is important to many of our customers, particularly within financial services and the federal government,” said Max Schireson, CEO at 10gen. “10gen’s collaboration with Red Hat is a nice step forward for our customers, company and the overall NoSQL community.”
“Identity and authentication are complex problems and we’re pleased to collaborate with 10gen to bring the Identity Management capabilities within Red Hat Enterprise Linux to MongoDB,” said Jim Totton, Vice President and General Manager, Platform, Red Hat. “With our Identity Management capabilities, MongoDB users are offered additional assurance that the right users get access to systems, data, and applications quickly and securely.”
MongoDB is the open source document database popular among developers and IT professionals due to its agile and scalable approach. As one of the most popular new technologies, MongoDB has more than 4 million downloads, 50,000 Online Education registrations, 15,000 MongoDB User Group (MUG) members and 10,000 attendees at MongoDB global events in 2012.
MongoDB and Red Hat Resources:
- Install MongoDB with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux Identity Management with MongoDB
- Operational Procedures using Red Hat Enterprise Linux Identity Management
About 10gen 10gen is the company behind MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database. MongoDB (named from "huMONGOus," meaning "extremely large") is reinventing data management and powering big data. Designed for how we build and run applications today, MongoDB empowers organizations to be more agile and scalable. It enables new types of applications, better customer experience, faster time to market and lower costs. MongoDB has a thriving global community with 4 million downloads, 50,000 Online Education registrations, 15,000 MongoDB User Group (MUG) members and 10,000 annual MongoDB Days attendees. The company has more than 600 customers, including many of the world’s largest organizations. For more information, visit http://www.10gen.com.
About Red Hat, Inc. Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of open source software solutions, taking a community-powered approach to reliable and high-performing cloud, Linux, middleware, storage and virtualization technologies. Red Hat also offers award-winning support, training, and consulting services. As the connective hub in a global network of enterprises, partners, and open source communities, Red Hat helps create relevant, innovative technologies that liberate resources for growth and prepare customers for the future of IT. Learn more at http://www.redhat.com.
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