One reason why open source has grown and thrived is that it helps users to avoid vendor lock-in. However, what is good for investor profitability is not always good for the end-user or community as a whole. So, is MongoDB the new Oracle, thriving due to a model that prioritizes customer commitment over collaboration?

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