Informatica + MongoDB is a powerful combo for Big Data applications

The power of big data means you can access and analyze all of your data.  Several of the worlds’ top companies and government agencies use MongoDB for applications today which means more and more data is being stored in MongoDB.  Informatica ensures that you can access and integrate all of this vital data with other enterprise data.

To make it easy for developers to get data into MongoDB, Informatica provides a visual development environment with near universal connectivity including MongoDB, pre-built parsers and transforms to ingest data into MongoDB.  With Informatica and MongoDB, developers waste no time accessing and preparing the data necessary to build their big data applications at scale.  Informatica can access all types of data from traditional relational databases, legacy mainframes, enterprise applications such as ERP and CRM, cloud applications, social data, machine data, and industry standards data.  Once the data is accessed you can integrate and transform it into the native MongoDB JSON document format.   For example, a large insurance company is moving massive amounts of policy information from a dozen relational data sources, transforming from relational to hierarchical JSON documents and populating MongoDB.

Informatica ensures that MongoDB does not become another data silo in your enterprise information management infrastructure.  Now with Informatica, companies can unlock the data in MongoDB for downstream analytics to improve decision making and business operations.  Using the Informatica PowerCenter Big Data Edition with the PowerExchange for MongoDB adapter you can access data in MongoDB, parse the JSON-based documents and then transform the data and combine it with other information for big data analytics all without having to write a single-line of code.  Informatica + MongoDB is a powerful combination that increases developer productivity up to 5x so you can build and deploy big data applications much faster.

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