Ep. 181 MongoDB Achieves AWS Financial Services Competency
This is a podcast episode titled, Ep. 181 MongoDB Achieves AWS Financial Services Competency. The summary for this episode is: <p>In this episode of the MongoDB podcast, Michael Lynn hosts Mona Chadha from AWS and Zaki Bajwa from Stripe. The trio dive deep into the world of partnerships, highlighting the recent announcement of MongoDB achieving the AWS Financial Service Competency. They also touch on the broader landscape of tech partnerships, the significant milestones achieved, and the future prospects of these collaborations. From discussing the complexities of the financial services industry to understanding the vast scale at which Stripe operates, this episode provides valuable insights into the ever-evolving tech industry. Learn more at <a href="https://mdb.link/aws-financial" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://mdb.link/aws-financial</a></p>
Introducing Mona Chadha
What is an AWS Competency?
What are the compliance requirements for this competency?
Benefits of AWS Competency
Introducing Zaki Bajwa
What does this mean for customers?
Host: Michael Lynn, Developer Advocate at MongoDB.
Guests: Mona Chadha, Director of ISV Technology Partnerships at AWS, and Zaki Bajwa, leader of Partner Solution Engineering Team at Stripe.
Key Discussion Points:
- MongoDB's ongoing partnerships and collaborations, especially with AWS.
- Mona Chadha's role at AWS and her insights into tech partnerships.
- The announcement of MongoDB achieving the AWS Financial Service Competency.
- MongoDB's availability in the AWS Marketplace.
- How Stripe, as a customer of MongoDB and AWS, benefits from their services.
- Joint customer successes, notably with Ford.
- Upcoming events, including MongoDB's pit stop in London and the AWS New York City Summit.
|Lead, Developer Advocacy
|Principal Developer Advocate
|Now: Vice President of Global Solution Engineering @ Snyk - Strategy, Product, GTM - Enterprise Scale
|Director of Category Management at Amazon Web Services (AWS)