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
MongoUK will be a full day, multi-track conference dedicated to MongoDB, with sessions from both 10gen engineers and production users of MongoDB. MongoDB creator and 10gen CTO Eliot Horowitz will lead several sessions on advanced topics,... Read More >
Now it’s even easier to build Ruby, Java, and node.js applications with MongoDB. Our partners at VMware today announced the beta availability of Micro Cloud FoundryÃ¢â€_Â¢ as a free download at http://micro.cloudfoundry.com.
Micro Cloud Foundry is a downloadable version of Cloud Foundry that can run on a developer's laptop. The first version of Micro Cloud Foundry supports the Spring, Ruby (Rails/Sinatra) and Node.JS frameworks as well as MongoDB.
Last week was busy for MongoDB users in New York City! We had several humongous events, ranging from a talk about using MongoDB for the Art Genome Project to an afternoon visiting MongoDB-powered startups in the city. For those of you that were unable to attend, here is an all-things-MongoDB wrap-up for the week.