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MongoDB Offers More Digital Data Tools to Public Agencies

The new MongoDB Atlas for Public Sector will offer agencies and public-sector teams more access to data and training expertise and other features. Mongo recently expanded distribution of its software development tools.

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New York-based data platform MongoDB says it has launched a fresh public-sector push that could help agencies build and operate better digital and data-based tools.

The new MongoDB Atlas for Public Sector will help “government agencies and public sector organizations accelerate their pace of innovation and better serve end users with modern, data-driven applications,” according to a statement.

The cloud database service — which earlier this year gained FedRAMP Moderate authorization — will also give public agencies access to experts who can guide architectural design reviews and custom training programs for teams within those organizations, among other services.

Those agencies can use this new tool to process data in real time, boost security and build and manage applications, according to the statement.

“Navigating the complexities of legacy architectures and building modern, data-driven applications can be a challenge in any industry, but these challenges are often exaggerated in the public sector because of the unique security and compliance requirements involved,” said Joe Perrino, area vice president of public sector at MongoDB, in that statement. “The new MongoDB Atlas for Public Sector initiative provides a set of capabilities so organizations can stop thinking about modernizing their operations and actually get started.”

Earlier this year, MongoDB said it was working with Coursera and other digital learning suppliers to train software developers. The effort has MongoDB crafting distribution partnerships via which its software development training will reach more students worldwide.