Google Cloud and MongoDB significantly expanding their joint commitment to powering data-driven transformations with a multi-year extension of their partnership.
The partnership expansion includes plans to double the scope of Google Cloud infrastructure that MongoDB needs to support accelerating adoption of Atlas.
With this extended partnership, Google Cloud and MongoDB plan to jointly launch more than 10 new updates in the near future, including:
- Deeper BigQuery Integrations: New capabilities will make it even easier to stream this enriched data from BigQuery into MongoDB, which makes apps smarter and requires less effort from developers.
- Data enhancements with AI/ML: New features will enable more ways for customers to apply the power of Google Cloud 's AI/ML capabilities to MongoDB data, including integrations with Vertex AI, new reference architectures, and tools that help businesses better apply Google Cloud AI/ML to achieve their business goals.
- Sovereign data capabilities: MongoDB was one of the first partners to join our Google Cloud Ready–Sovereign Solutions program, which ensures customers can use MongoDB while meeting their digital sovereignty objectives.
MongoDB and Google Cloud are also expanding their partnership to help startups more quickly build their data strategies.
This new, joint initiative will bring together tailored resources that get startups up-and-running on MongoDB quickly; credits for both MongoDB and Google Cloud products; onboarding support; and tooling to meet the specific technology needs of startups—such as infrastructure that can quickly scale up or down with demand.
To make it easy for organizations to deploy Atlas on Google Cloud and integrate with BigQuery, Google Cloud and MongoDB are deepening their joint go-to-market initiatives, including bringing our customer-facing implementation, engineering, and field teams closer together to accelerate customers’ time-to-value, and giving customers more choice and flexibility for deploying Atlas on Google Cloud.
MongoDB has partnered with Google Cloud since 2018 and is now available in 32 Google Cloud regions around the world, helping thousands of companies—such as Ulta, Keller Williams, Rent the Runway, and more—adopt cloud-native data strategies.
Through their partnership, customers can build data-rich applications at scale by bringing MongoDB’s popular Atlas database service onto Google Cloud, create more value through deep integrations with Google’s data cloud, and easily deploy Atlas through the Google Cloud Marketplace, according to the vendors.
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