This sponsored post is produced by MongoDB.
On December 4th, over 1,000 MongoDB users and contributors will converge upon Santa Clara for MongoSV, a full-day conference dedicated to the leading open source, NoSQL database. 10gen co-founders and MongoDB core committers Eliot Horowitz and Dwight Merriman will present the latest enhancements to MongoDB and share the product roadmap for 2013.
This year’s conference includes dozens of sessions by MongoDB developers, production users, community members, and 10gen ecosystem partners across six tracks. AOL, Apollo Group (University of Phoenix), foursquare, Github, Sailthru and more will present on their experiences deploying MongoDB in real world applications. In addition to many great sessions for developers, the agenda also includes a full track dedicated to operations for those interested in learning best practices for running large-scale MongoDB clusters.
MongoDB is the open-source, document-oriented database that is quickly reshaping the overall database market due to the popularity of its agile and scalable approach among developers and IT professionals alike. 10gen leads MongoDB development, supports the global MongoDB community and provides commercial subscriptions, support, consulting and training plus a free, cloud-based MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS).
Participating sponsors of MongoSV include Red Hat OpenShift, Microsoft, Softlayer, VMware, Joyent, Amazon Web Services, MongoLab, Fusion-io, MongoHQ, SwiftStack, Github, Mortar, Analytica, Zadara Storage, O’Reilly, and GigaOm.
Visit www.mongosv.com for full event details and to reserve your spot today.
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