MongoDB’s Environmental Policy
MongoDB’s Environmental Policy serves as the foundation for our environmental management system. It states our commitment to environmental protection and compliance. By outlining commitments around energy, emissions, and waste, it provides a framework by which we set environmental targets and objectives. This policy is applicable to all MongoDB employees and contractors.
MongoDB’s Modern Slavery Statement
MongoDB has a zero tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery. Our Modern Slavery Statement sets out the steps that we have taken and continue to take to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain.
Atlas for the Edge in the Retail Industry
Learn why leading retailers choose MongoDB’s developer data platform to implement edge solutions that drive optimizations across their workforce, supply chain, logistics, and customer experience. Optimize inventory management, streamline sales floor operations, and create personalized customer experiences with Atlas for the Edge. Download the Atlas for the Edge in the Retail Industry data sheet to learn how 7-Eleven, Boots UK, Yodel, and Audemars Piguet partner with MongoDB to deliver mobile retail solutions.
Atlas for the Edge in the Healthcare Industry
A best-in-class, flexible developer data platform for healthcare edge applications. Elevate your applications by leveraging performant data management practices. Learn why leading healthcare organizations choose MongoDB’s multi-cloud database service, Atlas, to unleash innovation, while ensuring that critical patient data is securely and seamlessly transmitted to and from your edge and cloud database.
Configuring MongoDB Atlas for PROTECTED Information Classification Level
The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) Information Security Manual (ISM) has hundreds of controls for achieving PROTECTED level compliance. Configuring a self-managed environment in accordance with these controls can be a significant effort. MongoDB Atlas has strived to take the maximum burden of these requirements so customers can focus on application development and business requirements. Specifically, customers are only responsible for configuring a small subset of the total ISM controls to minimise effort. This whitepaper is to provide details and technical references demonstrating how MongoDB customers, such as Australian Government Organisations and ISVs, can use MongoDB Atlas to comply with PROTECTED information classification level requirements.
Powering Connected Vehicles with MongoDB and Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Connected vehicle capabilities are no longer a luxury – they’re a necessity. Customer buying decisions are increasingly dependent on software functionality and integration into their digital lifestyles, and connected vehicle applications can unlock a new level of information and control, way beyond the physical driving experience. MongoDB Atlas on AWS removes the non-diferentiating integration or “technical plumbing” work between vehicles, the cloud, and mobile apps, and accelerates building the next generation of digital twin applications.
Design & Analysis: Stateless Document Database Encryption Scheme
Most of the research on encrypted database systems has focused on relational databases but over the last ten years NoSQL and, in particular, document databases have gained a great deal of popularity in the Industry. A key focus of our work is on designing a scheme that is practical not only in terms of asymptotic and concrete efficiency but also with respect to real-world constraints that emerge when trying to build and deploy real database systems at scale for commercial use. These constraints present new technical challenges that have not been considered in the research literature before.
Driving Mission-Critical Innovation and Cost Savings Through Automation in the Telco Industry
By embracing AI and machine learning capabilities, telcos are ensuring network security and optimization How are you innovating with automation use cases in the telecommunications industry? The behemoth volumes of data that already exist within telco organizations can generate data-driven insights and inferences to better service customers and build cost savings. Dive into this essay featured in the latest TM Forum digital transformation tracker annual report to learn three ways that MongoDB customers are utilizing automation: Service assurance processes Network automation Customer issue management Click below to read the essay now.
Powering Connected Vehicles with MongoDB Atlas and Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Connected vehicle capabilities are no longer a luxury – they’re a necessity. Customer buying decisions are increasingly dependent on software functionality and integrating into their digital lifestyles, and connected vehicle applications can unlock a new level of information and control, way beyond the physical driving experience. MongoDB Atlas on AWS removes the non-differentiating integration or “technical plumbing” work between vehicles, the cloud, and mobile apps, and accelerates building the next generation of digital twin applications.
Protect data throughout its lifecycle with MongoDB’s in-use encryption
MongoDB believes that data protection and usability don’t have to be in conflict and continue to make advancements toward that goal. Client-Side Field Level Encryption and Queryable Encryption give customers the ability to encrypt their data on the client side while maintaining the ability to query it without decrypting the data. Learn more about in-use encryption and how it protects data throughout its lifecycle.
Why Queryable Encryption matters to developers and IT decision-makers
Queryable Encryption provides a high level of security by encrypting sensitive fields from the client-side ensuring data remains encrypted while in-transit, at-rest, and in-use and is only ever decrypted back at the client. In this datasheet, you'll learn why Queryable Encryption is an important technological innovation that makes it easier for developers to encrypt sensitive data without needing to re-write their application or be experts in cryptography. It allows IT decision-makers to ensure the highest level of security for their most sensitive data.
MongoDB’s Sustainable Procurement Policy
MongoDB’s Sustainable Procurement Policy ensures that sustainability is taken into consideration throughout our supply chain in our everyday purchase of goods and services. It outlines our requirement for supplier emissions disclosure, and provides a set of environmental and fiscal considerations to take into account when acquiring products and services. The policy also includes targets and KPIs to assess the effectiveness of the policy, and promote accountability. Lastly, category specific-guidance is provided for swag, office selection and setup, and workplace purchases.