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Yesterday, the team at MongoDB, the general-purpose data platform announced the availability of MongoDB Atlas on Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The team further announced that they are set to be a part of Microsoft’s strategic Partner Reported ACR co-sell program.

MongoDB Atlas on Azure integrates with Azure services including Azure Databricks, PowerBI, and Sitecore on Azure.

With the availability of MongoDB Atlas on Azure Marketplace it will now be easy for the established Azure customers to purchase MongoDB Atlas. Also, the cost for MongoDB Atlas will be integrated into a customer’s Azure bill resulting into a single payment. 


The Atlas is now available across 26 Azure regions and provides service to thousands of customers that are dependent on MongoDB Atlas for driving their business. 

Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO, MongoDB, said, “Microsoft has been a leader in making it easier for customers to consume and pay for cloud services, which are driving transformative innovations across many organizations.” 

Ittycheria further added, “We are excited about the latest step in our strategic go-to-market partnership with Microsoft which will help bring MongoDB Atlas to the growing ecosystem of Azure Marketplace customers.”

Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President of Cloud and AI, Microsoft said, “Since launching on Azure in 2017, MongoDB Atlas has been a popular service running on Azure. Today’s announcement will make it even easier for customers to consume Atlas on Azure through the Azure Marketplace. We are committed to working alongside partners like MongoDB to give our joint customers best of breed choice in technology that meets their unique business demands.”

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