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MongoDB and big cloud partners help firms build their AI stacks

MongoDB and big cloud partners help firms build their AI stacks

Database platform MongoDB has unleashed the MongoDB AI Applications Program (MAAP), that is designed to help organisations “rapidly” build and deploy modern applications enriched with generative AI technology at enterprise scale.

The programme has the support of cloud heavyweights AWS, Microsoft Zure and Google Cloud Platform, among many more cloud service providers.

MAAP provides customers strategic advisory, professional services, and an integrated end-to-end technology stack from MongoDB and its partners. The programme is combined with the developer data platform MongoDB Atlas

"We've seen tremendous enthusiasm for generative AI among our customers, from agile startups to established global enterprises," said Alan Chhabra, EVP of worldwide partners at MongoDB. "However, some are still navigating how best to integrate generative AI to solve the right business problems.”

MAAP delivers an end-to-end solution through its partnerships with the likes of Anthropic, Anyscale, Amazon Web Services, Cohere,,, Google Cloud, gravity9, LangChain, LlamaIndex, Microsoft Azure, Nomic, PeerIslands, Pureinsights, and Together AI.

“Generative AI is a transformative technology that has the promise to change how organisations of all sizes across industries conduct business, optimise their operations, and interact with their customers,” said Chris Grusz, managing director of technology partnerships at AWS. “The MongoDB AI Applications Program will help build on the impact we’ve already been helping customers achieve."