Hackolade has announced that its data modeling software tool has been granted certification for MongoDB Enterprise versions 2.6 through 3.4. This includes MongoDB instances deployed on premise, on the cloud, or with the MongoDB Atlas database service. The certification comes on the heels of Hackolade’s recent announcement to support the latest version of MongoDB and MongoDB Atlas.
The MongoDB Enterprise Certification Program recognizes products that integrate with MongoDB Enterprise. Evaluation of Hackolade required MongoDB to perform testing to ensure proper and secure handling of data.
According to Alan Chhabra, senior vice president, Worldwide Partners, MongoDB, Hackolade can improve application quality and time to market for MongoDB developers, and gives teams more control over their data in MongoDB by providing powerful data modeling, cataloging, and documentation capabilities, said Alan Chhabra, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Partners, MongoDB.
This new certification means organizations can now add enterprise-grade data modeling to their MongoDB Enterprise deployments which ensures critical features such as encryption and authentication. This, along with MongoDB’s solid performance and feature set, means Hackolade data modeling software tool fits right into any enterprise’s data governance and architecture strategy.
More information is available from the companies’ Joint Solution Brief.