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AWS, MongoDB Extend Partnership as Google Cloud Raises Prices, Cuts Jobs

Plus, new capabilities from Oracle Cloud and Vultr optimizes its cloud compute portfolio.

Kelly Teal

March 15, 2022

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For those keeping track, Amazon Web Services has signed yet another of its strategic collaboration agreements. This time, it’s an expanded deal between AWS and MongoDB. The two companies have worked together for more than a decade. Now, AWS and MongoDB are doing a whole lot more.

“Though details of the agreement are confidential, the results will not be: Customers stand to benefit from deeper, broader technical integrations, improvements in migrating workloads from legacy data infrastructure to modern MongoDB Atlas and more. For those of us who have worked to grow this partnership, it’s exciting (and rewarding!) to see the scope of the work envisioned by MongoDB and AWS, together.”

That’s the word from MongoDB’s Matt Asay and Abhinav Mehla in a March 15 blog.

We’ve got the details of the expanded partnership between AWS and MongoDB in the slideshow above. You’ll also read about some price increases at Google Cloud, as well as rumored “we didn’t know we were laid off” happenings at the world’s third-largest public cloud provider. Finally, look for some hot-off-the-presses news from Oracle Cloud and indie cloud provider Vultr.

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Kelly Teal

Contributing Editor, Channel Futures

Kelly Teal has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist, editor and analyst, with longtime expertise in the indirect channel. She worked on the Channel Partners magazine staff for 11 years. Kelly now is principal of Kreativ Energy LLC.

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