TechValidate Research on MongoDB

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198 Customers Surveyed

1,648 Data Points Collected

63 Published TechFacts

3 Published Charts

9 Published Case Studies



Selected Research Highlights


MongoDB Customer Testimonial

MongoDB Atlas has allowed me and my team to work on separate projects easily. It helped us keep our database clusters and data lakes organized – keeping a separate project for development, testing and production all in a single org has been great.

Bobby Alvarez, Engineer, Idylcode

MongoDB Customer Research

Atlas Data API

How well does the Atlas Data API meet your needs?

Extremely well: 9%
Very well: 64%
Somewhat well: 21%
Not so well: 6%

MongoDB Customer Research

Why did you choose MongoDB Atlas?

Scalability in the cloud
71%
Flexible document data model
64%
Deployment flexibility (free tier, pre-provisioned clusters, serverless)
56%
Helpful developer tools (i.e. Compass, MongoDB Shell, VS Code Extension)
38%
Lower costs
29%
The ability to run multiple workloads in a single platform (i.e. time series data, search, mobile)
24%

MongoDB Customer Statistic

79% of users agree that Atlas serverless instances meets their needs very well.

79%

MongoDB Case Study

ChangeJar Technologies Private Limited

Introduction

This case study of ChangeJar Technologies private limited is based on a March 2022 survey of MongoDB customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We are using MongoDB as our primary database for managing our core app functionalities that include payments, rewards, ledger, content management, authorization, and gamification.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select MongoDB:

  • The company was looking for “scalability and ease of development.”
  • Their main objective when selecting MongoDB was to: Launch their new application on MongoDB
  • The databases in use before MongoDB were:
    • DynamoDB
    • AWS Aurora
    • MySQL
    • PostgreSQL
    • Google Firebase/Firestore

Use Case

Learn more about the key features and functionalities of MongoDB that financial services company ChangeJar Technologies Private Limited uses:

  • A brief overview: “We are using MongoDB as our primary database for managing our core app functionalities that include payments, rewards, ledger, content management, authorization, and gamification.”
  • Additional use cases include:
    • 1. Ingestion platform for all the user events collected across the company’s mobile apps, which are then processed for further analytical use cases.
    • 2. Realm and Triggers that in turn react to such ingested events.
    • 3. Archiving and retrieving data from unified endpoints on demand from both primary and archived clusters in real time.
  • The reasons they chose MongoDB include:
    • Flexible document data model
    • Ease of use
    • Deployment flexibility (on-premises, self-managed cloud, fully-managed cloud)
    • Fully-managed cloud database
    • Advanced security configurations
  • The products they are using are:
    • Atlas Charts
    • Atlas Database
    • Atlas Data Lake
    • MongoDB Realm
  • The cloud provider they are currently using is:
    • AWS
  • MongoDB use cases include:
    • Analytics & Operational Intelligence including Realtime
    • Business Agility
    • Data as a Service (DaaS)
    • Mobile & Mobile Apps
    • Payments
    • Cloud migration

Results

The surveyed company has seen the following positive results with MongoDB:

  • “High availability clusters, which are auto managed by Atlas Cloud,"
  • “Ease of setting up archives and querying using unified endpoint across clusters and archived data stores,” and
  • “Aggregation pipelines have been very helpful in filtering out data that needed complex queries.”

MongoDB Case Study

Medium Enterprise Computer Software Company

Introduction

This case study of a medium enterprise computer software company is based on a February 2022 survey of MongoDB customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“We are using [MongoDB] for data storage, caching, triggers.”
“Stability and scaling of our systems and services have been smooth and always available.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select MongoDB:

  • The company was looking for “ease of deployment” and the ability for “scaling out seamlessly.”
  • Their main objective when selecting MongoDB was to: Launch their new application on MongoDB
  • Database in use before MongoDB:
    • MySQL

Use Case

Learn more about the key features and functionalities of MongoDB that this Computer Software company uses:

  • A brief overview: “We are using [MongoDB] for data storage, caching, triggers.”
  • The reason they chose MongoDB was:
    • Ease of use
    • Fully-managed cloud database
  • The product they are using is:
    • Atlas Database
  • The cloud provider they are currently using is:
    • GCP
  • MongoDB use cases include:
    • AI and Machine Learning (ML)
    • Analytics & Operational Intelligence including Realtime
    • Content Management

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with MongoDB:

  • “We were introduced to MongoDB triggers which has helped with building our ETLs a better way.”
  • Additional benefits the surveyed company has seen since using MongoDB:
    • “Stability and scaling of our systems and services have been smooth and always available.”


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About 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 26,800 customers in over 100 countries. The MongoDB database platform has been downloaded over 175 million times and there have been more than 1.5 million registrations for MongoDB University courses.

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