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Teradata and MongoDB team up in Big Data push

Thu 19 Jun 2014

Database and analytics leader Teradata is to integrate its system with open source database player MongoDB to make it easier for users to incorporate big data for analytics.

The integration will come by building a high-speed, two way connector based on the big data JavaScript Object Notation (JSON).
In a statement the company said: “The bi-directional Teradata QueryGrid connector allows Teradata customers to integrate massive volumes of JSON with cross-organisational data in the data warehouse for high-performance analytics. Through the connector, MongoDB customers will have access to JSON that has been enriched by Teradata to support rapidly evolving applications for mobile, Internet of Things, eCommerce, and social media.”

Chris Twogood, vice president, product and services marketing, Teradata Labs, added: “Teradata and MongoDB have committed to build a flexible, frictionless integration to simplify and speed the exchange of JSON data that supports innovative applications and offers a new, rich data source for analytics, and the operational environment.”

For more insight see:
Information Week: Teradata, MongoDB Get Their Databases Together
ZDNet: Teradata teams with MongoDB for big data analytics


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