Open source data platform created by Red Hat and 10gen
April 10, 2012 by James
Red Hat, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and an open-source solutions provider, in collaboration with 10gen, a company which sponsors the open-source non-relational database MongoDB, announced on April 9 that the MongoDB will be deployed across many of Red Hat’s offerings that include the Red Hat JBoss Middleware Solutions and the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system. Flyer printing is just one way to make companies aware of this joint development so they will employ these software products in their businesses and so help to increase the revenues of both companies.
In 2011, Red Hat announced its partnership with 10gen in supporting a NoSQL database solution. NoSQL is becoming increasingly popular among developers and can help them to deliver large databases, Internet and cloud technologies using solutions from Red Hat and 10gen.
According to the vice president and general manager of the Cloud Business Unit at Red Hat, Scott Crenshaw, these solutions enable web and enterprise developers to rapidly create applications that use large amounts of data in both public and private cloud environments.
The collaboration of the two companies enables developers to create blueprint reference designs and best practices that include many of Red Hat’s top products. Customers of both companies are then able to benefit from the leading NoSQL database from 10gen and the Red Hat platforms that deliver security, performance and stability. President of 10gen, Max Schireson, said that his company’s collaboration with Red Hat enables robust, scalable and agile platforms to be delivered to enterprise customers that will provide the development of the next generation of applications.