MongoSV is the annual user conference in Silicon Valley on December 9. It is the largest event of the year, and we expect it to be the best MongoDB conference yet.
Have a MongoDB experience you want to share? Submit a talk before Wednesday, October 19. We already have dozens of great submissions, but by popular request we’ve extended the deadline another three days.
On December 8, the day prior to the conference, we will be hosting four half-day workshops on schema design and architecture, Java development, performance tuning, and hands-on operations.
10gen consulting partner Equal Experts will be sponsoring the London CodeKen 2011 conference on the 14th and 15th November. The conference is a resurrection of the Stackoverflow DevDays London conference. The event is focused on professional coders and covers an eclectic mix of subjects including coding style, HTML5 and MongoDB. See the full schedule on the conference site: http://london2011.codeken.com
In addition to the original line up of speakers, CodeKen is running a Side Projects competition. Entrants can submit the details of a side project they are working on to win a free ticket to the conference... Read More >
Today we’re pleased to release the MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS) to the public for free. MMS is a SaaS based tool that monitors your MongoDB cluster and makes it easy for you to see what’s going on in a production deployment.
One of the most frequently asked questions we get from users getting ready to deploy MongoDB is “What should I be monitoring in production?” Our engineers have spent a lot of time working with many of the world’s largest MongoDB deployments and based on this experience, MMS represents our current “best practices” monitoring for any deployment.... Read More >
10gen is hiring Language Evangelists to work with the Ruby, PHP, Python, Perl, Java, and node.js communities. The evangelists are responsible for not only working on the language driver but for being the liaison to that language community.
We expect evangelists to work on open source software as part of their day-to-day activities. On one day, it might be building a cool sample application to be used as an example in our docs, in a blog post, or in a presentation. On another day, it might be working with existing libraries and frameworks... Read More >
10gen is excited to participate in the fall hackNY hackathon on October 1-2. hackNY connects talented students with New York City startups through hackathons and summer fellowships. We’ve been honored to participate in the hackNY program since its inception. We have had two great summer fellows who made substantial contributions to MongoDB, and we’ve helped many students use MongoDB in their hacks.
For this year’s event, we wanted to help draw students from other cities to show them the vibrant startup culture in New York City. To that end, we’re pleased to announce that 10gen is sponsoring free transportation... Read More >
Today SAP announced that they are using MongoDB as a core component of SAP’s platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering. MongoDB was selected for the enterprise content management (ECM) section of the platform, as its flexibility and scalability will enable SAP to scale its content management service on its PaaS offering to meet customers’ requirements while managing data from different applications.
For more information, review the full press release. You can also learn more at MongoUK, where Dieter Guendisch will introduce and demo SAP’s Java PaaS.
On Thursday we will be organizing a special meeting of the NY MongoDB User Group. 10gen’s CTO, Eliot Horowitz, will present on What’s New in MongoDB 2.0. After the presentation, please join us at the Bleeker Street Bar for the 2.0 Release Party.
Over the weekend, 10gen will be sponsoring the first PyGotham conference in New York City. The event will feature an entire room dedicated to MongoDB! Some of the sessions on the agenda include:
MongoDB Schema Design - Kyle Banker
Evolution without Migrations: Agile Data with MongoDB and Django - Dan Crosta