RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – September 16, 2020 – Zaloni™, an award-winning leader in data management, today announced a new partnership with the leading modern general purpose database platform, MongoDB. The partnership simplifies data migration from legacy systems to MongoDB Atlas, the company’s global cloud database, while providing end-to-end DataOps capabilities through Zaloni’s Arena™ platform to enable data modernization and new analytics use cases.
“As organizations look to modernize their applications and move to the cloud, they gravitate to MongoDB due to its flexible document data model,” said Alan Chhabra, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Partners, MongoDB. “Zaloni’s end-to-end DataOps capabilities helps accelerate the modernization process so developers can maximize their productivity and focus on new innovations rather than operations.”
Arena’s native integration with MongoDB provides management and governance of the data supply chain for complete visibility and control of data during migration from a traditional data store to MongoDB Atlas. In addition to simplifying data migration, Arena’s DataOps capabilities improve data pipeline efficiency, ensure data quality, and enable self-service data access to reduce IT costs, accelerate analytics, and standardize security. The partnership provides:
Simplified Migration: Arena easily connects to data sources and migrates data into MongoDB Atlas. Users have the option to migrate all or a selected set of data. As data migrates, it’s cataloged, quality checks and transformations are performed, and data lineage is tracked.
Centralized Management & Governance: Arena provides a centralized view across all environments and systems, including MongoDB and on-premises databases providing transparency and governance across the entire data lifecycle. Arena’s governance capabilities provide de-identification of sensitive data through masking and tokenization and role-based controls on data access.
Collaborative Data Catalog: Arena’s collaborative data catalog gives users a detailed view of operational, business, and technical metadata. Arena serves as a single interface for IT and business users supporting collaboration through tagging, annotating, enriching, and sharing data across teams and users to increase productivity and improve data searchability and reliability.
Self-Service Access: Arena’s governed, self-service access provides data consumers such as data scientists and analysts with a marketplace experience where users can “shop” for relevant, trusted data. Once a data entity is found, users can enrich and prepare the data, then provision it to an analytics tool or sandbox environment to accelerate time to analytics while reducing risk and reliance on IT.
“Many companies are modernizing their data environments by moving from legacy databases to MongoDB but face challenges managing the migration process,” said Susan Cook, CEO of Zaloni. “Our partnership with MongoDB streamlines and simplifies the process through optimized DataOps, providing transparency and governance through a “single pane of glass” view across the data supply chain to improve efficiency, reduce costs and accelerate analytics.”
For more information about the Zaloni and MongoDB partnership, visit zaloni.com/mongodb.
MongoDB is the leading modern, general purpose database platform, designed to unleash the power of software and data for developers and the applications they build. Headquartered in New York, MongoDB has more than 20,200 customers in over 100 countries. The MongoDB database platform has been downloaded over 125 million times and there have been more than one million MongoDB University registrations.
At Zaloni, we believe in the unrealized power of data. Our DataOps software platform, Arena, streamlines data pipelines through an active catalog, automated control, and self-service consumption to reduce IT costs, accelerate analytics, and standardize security. We work with the world’s leading companies, delivering exceptional data governance built on an extensible, machine-learning platform that both improves and safeguards enterprises’ data assets. To find out more, visit zaloni.com.
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