Infosys and MongoDB want to modernise your legacy systems
The firms partner up to add scale and improve performance of legacy databases
Consulting and outsourcing services provider Infosys has partnered with database software company MongoDB to help enterprises scale their legacy systems.
The two companies are collaborating to help businesses address issues with cost, performance and scalability of legacy database technologies.
Ravi Kumar, president and chief delivery officer at Infosys, said: "Through our collaboration, Infosys can help organisations realise the full value on MongoDB to quickly and efficiently create state-of-the-art, high performance and scalable applications. Our relationship with MongoDB and decades of association with our longstanding customers gives us the knowledge and insight to help our clients modernise their mission-critical applications."
Infosys said 1,000 of its consultants will now specialise on NoSQL database MongoDB, whose tech will be integrated into its consulting solutions.
The companies established a joint Innovation Lab in Bangalore, India, where a team of MongoDB-trained architects are working to develop tools for companies wishing to modernise their business.
Dev Ittycheria, president and chief executive officer at MongoDB, said: "This partnership will tap into the huge market opportunity of replacing legacy, monolithic applications that are inflexible to change and unable to scale with high data growth."
The partnership has already led to the development of Infosys Digital Agri Solution, technology that helps agriculture companies and farmers increase crop yields based on IoT and real time data, as well as the Infosys Field Services Command Centre, IoT-based solution for manufacturing and industrial companies.
Ittycheria added: "Infosys strengthens our ability to tackle very large scale, mission-critical applications and accelerate growth for the company. Together, we combine the three pillars needed for success - outstanding technology, the right skills, and the business smarts to deliver excellent results."
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