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MongoDB brings Atlas to Azure and Google and launches Stitch, a new back end as a

MongoDB is hosting its annual developer conference in Chicago this week and no good developer conference would be complete without a few product launches. MongoDB used today’s keynotes to announce an update to its Atlas managed database-as-a-service offering, which now also runs on Microsoft Azure and Google’s Cloud Platform, as well as two completely new products: Stitch, a new backend as a service (BaaS) tool that sits on top of the MongoDB database and helps developers stitch together different third-party services, and Mongo Charts, a new Tableau-like business intelligence service for charting information in MongoDB databases.
In many ways, Stitch marks MongoDB’s first foray outside of its core database services. As MongoDB CTO and co-founder Eliot Horowitz told me, the team realized that most of MongoDB’s users now write applications that use a combination of third-party services. Stitch allows developers to connect to these external services and easily pull the data


 

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