MongoDB Atlas will be offered as a first-class service within the GCP Console. In addition, the companies will partner closely on go-to-market efforts.
MongoDB, Inc., the American software company that develops and provides commercial support for the open source database MongoDB, has announced a new business partnership with Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
As per the terms of this expanded partnership, MongoDB Atlas, a fully-managed global cloud database service, will be integrated directly with the GCP Console and marketplace to provide joint customers of MongoDB and GCP a number of new benefits.
Offering MongoDB Atlas as a first-class service on GCP means customers will get a seamless and unified experience as MongoDB Atlas is tightly coupled with core GCP services such as identity and access management, logging and monitoring, Kubernetes and Tensorflow.
This partnership will also simplify and integrate billing, as joint customers will be able to purchase MongoDB Atlas at par with how they purchase other first party GCP services.
In addition, the two companies will partner closely on go-to-market efforts, including sales incentives, making it easier for customers to run and scale MongoDB Atlas on GCP.
New business benefits for joint customers
Alan Chhabra, Senior Vice President of WW Partners at MongoDB, said, “This new solution will give joint customers a deeper level of technical integration, better user experience and a number of compelling business benefits. We are excited about the tremendous opportunities this partnership creates for both companies.”
Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Ecosystem at Google Cloud, added, “We are thrilled to take our partnership with MongoDB to the next level through deeper integrations of MongoDB Atlas with our platform and tighter collaboration on go-to-market.”
This new service will be available for joint customers beginning with GCP marketplace integration this summer.