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Teradata teams up with MongoDB for IoT apps in a case of ‘old meets new’

20/06/2014 by


Data warehouse veteran Teradata and NoSQL rising star MongoDB are joining forces in a landmark partnership to provide a new and flexible way for application developers to harness the growing amounts of fast-moving information coming out of the connected universe. As part of the alliance, the firms are developing a two-way connector that will link their respective offerings with a common JSON interface.

JSON, or JavaScript Object Notation, has become the de facto standard for sharing real-time data between web services thanks to its simplicity, supportability and the fact that it makes more efficient use of hardware resources than the more conventional XML language.  MongoDB is built from the ground up to take advantage of that feature set. The open-source document database uses a variation of JSON to represent queries and stores files in BSON, a binary variation of the format that provides a broader range of value types.

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