Company Overview of MongoDB, Inc.
MongoDB, Inc. designs and develops open-source databases for big data, content management and delivery, customer data management, Internet of Things, single view, Database-as-a-Service, mobile applications, product and asset catalogs, security and fraud applications, and social and collaboration applications. It offers MongoDB Enterprise, which provides a management platform for automating, monitoring, and backing up MongoDB deployments; security; support from MongoDB engineers; on-demand training; platform certification; and a commercial license. The company also provides MongoDB Management Service, an application for managing MongoDB that offers automated deployment and zero-downtime upgra...
229 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for MongoDB, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Vice President of Corporate Sales & Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
MongoDB, Inc. Key Developments
MongoDB Announces MongoDB 3.2
Nov 3 15
MongoDB announced MongoDB 3.2, a major advance that again sets the vision for the database industry with the ability to power an even wider range of mission-critical applications through a single database technology. The latest release also expands MongoDB to new users within the enterprise by deeply integrating with the modern CIO's technology stack. New Storage Engines Enable More Mission-Critical Use Cases For developers building increasingly complex data-driven apps, there is no longer a 'one size fits all' database storage technology that will perform optimally for every type of application required by the business. MongoDB's visionary flexible storage architecture now offers two new storage engines that join the existing WiredTiger and MMAPv1 engines: Encrypted Storage Engine: Enterprises can now secure critical data for trusted access in a diverse range of regulated industries. End-to-end encryption of data in flight and at rest, coupled with robust access controls and auditing for forensic analysis, allow organizations to secure their data to defend against breaches that have short-term costs to their businesses and potentially catastrophic long-term costs to their brand. In-Memory Storage Engine: The unmatched performance of in-memory computing has become essential to many modern applications, but existing technologies have forced users to choose between performance, functionality and data safety. A new in-memory storage engine provides highly predictable throughput and low latency for essential applications such as fraud detection, ad tech and user profile management. This engine supports all MongoDB features, and complements other storage engines in mixed deployments to ensure data durability. Empowering New Users Enterprise-wide: Business Analysts, Data Scientists, and Executives With MongoDB deployed across a wider range of an enterprise's application portfolio, data analysts, DBAs and operations teams need to integrate the database within their existing processes and toolsets. MongoDB Compass: DBAs and development teams have come to rely on powerful graphical tools for their databases. MongoDB Compass empowers users to quickly and securely explore their databases, visually construct queries, inspect records and make smarter decisions about their deployments. MongoDB Connector for BI: Business analysts, data scientists and executives can quickly explore and gain new insights from modern applications using the same BI tools they have installed on millions of devices to understand the data in their legacy systems. Application Performance Monitoring Tool Integrations: With MongoDB 3.2, DBAs and operations teams are now able to operationalize MongoDB alongside their relational databases, preserving investments in skills and popular APM tools such as New Relic and AppDynamics. Easier Management of Mission-Critical Infrastructure: MongoDB's popular management offerings - Cloud Manager and Ops Manager - introduce new capabilities that simplify MongoDB deployments. Now users can easily visualize query performance to quickly identify families of queries that are not meeting the performance needs of the business. These tools also provide index suggestions based on query history, and simplify the addition of new indexes to a single click with no downtime to the application. Flexibility Without Sacrificing Data Quality: MongoDB 3.2 introduces critical features related to data governance, allowing organizations to centrally define and enforce data quality rules through the database, while preserving the flexibility and speed of development that has made MongoDB the standard for modern applications. Users no longer need to choose between the flexibility of NoSQL and the data quality provided by traditional relational databases - they can have the best of both with MongoDB.
MongoDB Appoints Michael Gordon as Chief Financial Officer
Jul 6 15
MongoDB announced it has appointed Michael Gordon as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective July 6, 2015. Michael will be responsible for the leadership and management of all aspects of financial operations at MongoDB. Michael joins MongoDB from Yodle, a leader in local online marketing, where he served as Chief Operating Officer and CFO. Previously, he served as Managing Director in the Media and Telecom investment banking group at Merrill Lynch.
MongoDB, Inc. Presents at Cloud & Beyond Conference 2015, Jun-11-2015 02:55 PM
Jun 8 15
MongoDB, Inc. Presents at Cloud & Beyond Conference 2015, Jun-11-2015 02:55 PM. Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley, East Palo Alto, California, United States. Speakers: Dev C. Ittycheria, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director.
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