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MongoDB and Fujitsu Deliver Seamless Integration for Cloud Solutions

Allows application developers to securely store and access their data from any device and location

Fujitsu RunMyProcess and MongoDB extend their existing collaboration to deliver seamless integration for cloud solutions to joint customers.

More than 350 companies around the world deploy Fujitsu RunMyProcess-based workflow applications that integrate MongoDB. Fujitsu RunMyProcess provides a cloud platform for the creation, deployment and operation of business applications, with an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface. The integration with MongoDB allows application developers to securely store and access their data from any device and location. MongoDB provides real-time database statistics, allowing platform users to build ad hoc and complex data analytics.

"By integrating MongoDB into our platform, we provided a secure and reliable database solution that meets our quality and technical standards," said Matthieu Hug, CEO of Fujitsu RunMyProcess. "Furthermore, our partnership is strengthened by a mutual dedication to bringing solutions that enable agility and better customer experience."

MongoDB and the Fujitsu RunMyProcess platform both use JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). This format compatibility ensures that the data stored in MongoDB can be easily integrated into application-development platform, with no conversion. Users also benefit from high-quality support and adaptable solutions, such as using a dedicated storage engine on MongoDB when managing critical data that requires on-site storage.

Sjors Bos, General Manager at I HEART Studios, a Fujitsu RunMyProcess client shares their experience: "I HEART Studios' extensive use of RunMyProcess, underpinned by MongoDB, has proven to be one of the success factors for business growth. The flexibility, speed of access and wide range of queries that MongoDB provides to the RunMyProcess technology, enables the I HEART business to run at a very high pace without system delays or limiting boundaries."

Following its acquisition by Fujitsu in April 2013, Fujitsu RunMyProcess has been one of the driving forces behind the FUJITSU Cloud Initiative: the development of Fujitsu's cloud business by providing various cloud-related products and services in a new systematic way to meet the cloud needs of customers.

The Cloud Initiative represents Fujitsu's constant efforts to provide its customers with cloud solutions that are ideally suited to their ICT needs, from private clouds to hybrid clouds, and from integration services to the full cloud sphere of IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Fujitsu RunMyProcess collaboration with MongoDB, further helps the Fujitsu Group ensure the security and innovation of its cloud products and services, enabling its customers to keep pace with the changes of the business environment.

All over the world, thousands of organizations use MongoDB for its agile and scalable approach to data management. Common use cases include operational and analytical big data, content management and delivery, mobile and social infrastructure, user data management, and data hub.

MongoDB has a thriving global community with more than 6.5 million downloads of its open-source database, 145,000 online education registrations, 28,000 user group members, and 20,000 MongoDB Days attendees.

Joe Morrissey, vice president, EMEA at MongoDB commented on the partnership "The ability to build applications and roll them out quickly to employees is increasingly a source of competitive advantage for many enterprises. The integration of MongoDB into Fujitsu RunMyProcess means that customers will improve productivity by being able to access data from anywhere, as well as having the ability to run complex data analytics, ultimately improving business results."

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