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MongoDB - MongoDB was designed for how we build and run applications today.

MongoDB is a general purpose database suitable for most applications and use cases.

MongoDB is being used successfully by organizations of all sizes across all industries for web, mobile, cloud, internal and other enterprise solutions. A few of the more popular MongoDB use case examples include big data, content management and delivery, mobile and social infrastructure, user data management, data hubs and more.

Zimbra Collaboration Server - Messaging and Collaboration for the Post-PC Era

Zimbra is an enterprise-class calendar, email and collaboration solution, which has been designed for the public and private cloud. Through its redesigned browser-based interface, Zimbra delivers a highly innovative messaging experience, synchronising end-users with their personal information and activity in the cloud.

Based on VMware’s cloud and virtualization innovation, Zimbra is versatile enough to be hosted in the public cloud or utilized in a private cloud. As such it is easier and more cost effective for IT to deploy, manage and scale (than Microsoft Exchange).

SAP baselayer - Most business critical systems already run on Enterprise Open Source

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server relationship with SAP

Most business critical systems already run on Enterprise Open Source.

SAP has chosen to strategically engage with Enterprise Open Source, especially SUSE : · In 2006 SLES was selected as the only OS for use with SAP BWA · In 2008 SLES was selected as the only OS for use with SAP Business ByDesign · In 2009 SLES was the only OS recommended and supported for use with SAP HANA.

Enterprise Application Layer (EAL)

JBoss EAP over PPRS over Operating Systems

The combination of Red Hat's JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus Advanced Server provides the ideal Enterprise Application Layer (EAL). This EAL provides a cost effective solution: reduced TCO, since you only pay for subscriptions, and have faster development and deployment times due to the open source nature of the offerings. This layer can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud.