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Kaminario Flash Is Now MongoDB Certified

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MongoDB Enterprise Certified Solution Partnership plugs flash into NoSQL

Flash vendor Kaminario has decided to become a certified partner of NoSQL database provider MongoDB.

It’s another way in which Kaminario can sell its flash arrays, and the company claims its K2 all-flash array can give MongoDB users a boost in performance, scalability, and cost efficiency. MongoDB is used by some of the world’s largest companies, including Bosch and Facebook.

Officially, Kaminario is now a ‘MongoDB Enterprise Certified Solutions Partner’.

‘Instantaneous’

“In this digital era, enterprise applications – from online shopping to drug discovery – have to rely on high performing technology platforms, with almost instantaneous access to information,” said Dani Golan, Kaminario CEO.

Server room interior © Scanrail - FotoliaOne customer of both Kaminario and MongoDB is Payoneer, a B2B payments company, which said that Kaminario gives it the scale on-demand storage infrastructure it needs.

“As a company processing over 200,000 API calls per day and millions of account applications a year, it’s crucial for us to work with a business who can support this huge capacity and expected future growth,” said Yaron Weiss, vice president at Payoneer.

“We were looking for an all-flash storage platform that could deliver mixed workload performance for business intelligence, transaction processing and NoSQL workloads and chose Kaminario to support our data centre strategy. We really value Kaminario’s scalability model where we can continue to grow capacity while ensuring consistent sub-1-millisecond latency without ever doing a forklift upgrade.”

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