MongoDB and Google Cloud Unveil AI Initiative to Empower Developers

MongoDB in collaboration with Google Cloud, has announced a new initiative aimed at helping developers expedite the use of generative AI and create novel classes of applications. The announcement was made at MongoDB’s developer conference, MongoDB.local NYC.

The expanded partnership between MongoDB and Google Cloud will provide developers with access to Google’s cutting-edge AI foundation models. This will enable them to build new classes of generative AI applications with expert assistance and professional services. MongoDB Atlas, the multi-cloud developer data platform used globally by millions of developers, is at the heart of this initiative.

The partnership will allow developers to leverage MongoDB Atlas and Google Cloud’s Vertex AI large language models (LLMs) to accelerate software development. The initiative also includes new quick-start architecture reviews with MongoDB and Google Cloud professional services.

Generative AI technology, such as LLMs, offers opportunities to reimagine how end users interact with applications. However, current solutions often require integrating several different technologies and components, making software development complex and expensive. MongoDB and Google Cloud aim to address these challenges by providing a growing set of solutions and integrations.

Developers can now use MongoDB Atlas Vector Search with Vertex AI to build applications with AI-powered capabilities for highly personalized and engaging end-user experiences. The MongoDB and Google Cloud professional services teams will provide expertise on data schema and indexing design, query structuring, and fine-tuning AI models to build a strong foundation for applications.

Alan Chhabra, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Partnerships at MongoDB, stated, “With the shift in technology powered by generative AI taking place today, the future of software and data is now, and we’re making it more evenly distributed for developers with MongoDB Atlas.”

Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Ecosystem and Channels at Google Cloud, added, “This new initiative from Google Cloud and MongoDB will bring more capabilities, support, and resources to developers building the next generation of generative AI applications.”

The initiative has already received positive feedback from businesses. Amit Ben, Founder & CEO at One AI, said, “We needed a platform that allowed us to build agile, data-driven, and scalable software, and MongoDB Atlas on Google Cloud was the obvious choice.” is a digital lifestyle publication that covers the culture of startups and technology companies in Los Angeles. It is the go-to site for people who want to keep up with what matters in Los Angeles’ tech and startups from those who know the city best.

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