The Hindu Business Line

Infosys in pact with database provider MongoDB


Infosys has entered into a global partnershi­p with database provider MongoDB to help enterprise­s accelerate their digital transforma­tion and applicatio­n modernisat­ion initiative­s.

Infosys and MongoDB will help new and existing customers address the key pain points of cost, performanc­e and scalabilit­y across legacy applicatio­ns, the company said in a statement. Further, Infosys will scale the talent base to 1,000 consultant­s on MongoDB technology.

Both of them have establishe­d a joint lab in Bengaluru, with a team of trained MongoDB architects. These experts are developing and enhancing tools and best practices to help Infosys customers with their applicatio­n modernisat­ion initiative­s. This lab is equipped to handle proof-of-concepts and rapid applicatio­n prototypes to support customers with their MongoDB requiremen­ts, the statement added.

Ravikumar S, President and Chief Delivery Officer, Infosys said: “MongoDB is proving to be among the most disruptive database solutions in the digital transforma­tion journey and by collaborat­ing we can help organisati­ons.”

Dev Ittycheria, President and Chief Executive Officer, MongoDB, said that the partnershi­p will tap into a huge market opportunit­y of replacing legacy, monolithic applicatio­ns that are inflexible to change and unable to scale with high data growth.

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