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MongoDB developer platform expands into six new cloud regions

MongoDB developer platform expands into six new cloud regions

Open source cloud database provider MongoDB says its multi-cloud developer data platform MongoDB Atlas is now available in six additional cloud regions.

The regions are in Canada, Germany, Israel, Italy, and Poland. With the expansion, MongoDB Atlas is now available in 117 cloud regions across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.

Atlas is designed to meet the demands of customers with increasing data residency, availability, and latency-sensitive application requirements.

"Since introducing multi-cloud clusters on MongoDB Atlas that can run across AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure, we have made it easy for customers to control where their data resides by distributing it across major cloud provider regions to meet data sovereignty, regulatory, and performance requirements for their applications," said Sahir Azam, chief product officer at MongoDB.

"With the addition of six new cloud regions we're providing greater choice for customers to build modern applications with MongoDB Atlas and to meet the unique demands of their businesses. From customers just getting started migrating and modernising legacy applications, to those now deploying new generative AI capabilities, we're providing even more flexibility in where and how they run their workloads.”