In recent years, the drumbeat of vendors proclaiming the ascendancy of NoSQL has become increasingly loud. One of the NoSQL vendors that is seeing business results from its NoSQL solution is 10gen, which is the lead commercial sponsor behind the open source MongoDB NoSQL database.
“We’re seeing the NoSQL space really taking off now and it’s being used in a significant way by a lot of people, including a lot of large enterprises,” Dwight Merriman, CEO and co-founder of 10gen, told InternetNews.com. “So big Internet companies like Craigslist and Shutterfly as well as big companies like SAP, Telefonica and LexisNexis... Read More >
At MongoSV, 10gen will present awards to peer-nominated community members for their contributions to the MongoDB project. Whether they've used MongoDB to build innovative applications, worked to expand and connect the MongoDB user community, or improved the MongoDB codebase, we consider our contributors to be part of the extended MongoDB family.
Through November 25th, we're accepting award nominations for the following categories:
Innovative Application Award This award recognizes a company or individual who has built an innovative application using MongoDB. In the submission form, tell us what the application does and describe specifically how MongoDB enabled its success.
Leading Non-relational Database Provides Core Backend Infrastructure on Amazon Web Services and Scales with Growing Community of More Than 30 Million Users
NEW YORK -- November 1, 2011 -- 10gen, the company behind MongoDB, today announced that Viber Media is using MongoDB as the core cloud infrastructure for its popular iPhone and Android applications that offer free phone calls and text messaging between users over 3G and wireless networks. Viber selected MongoDB for its ability to scale as more users join the Viber community, and to manage peak and unpredictable data loads from its 30 million plus registered mobile users.... Read More >
Last summer we had four excellent interns, each of whom made significant contribution to the MongoDB project and 10gen internal tools. Looking ahead to the summer of 2012, we are excited to grow the program, increasing the number of overall interns, expanding the program to include our Redwood City office, and adding interns in marketing as well as engineering.
10gen interns have the opportunity to contribute to open source software and work directly with the MongoDB community. And in addition to being full-fledged members of the development team, interns at 10gen have a lot of fun. Last... Read More >
MongoSV, our annual user conference in Silicon Valley, is coming up on December 9, and we’ve been busy selecting talks for the event. Dozens of users submitted proposals, so assembling the schedule was not easy. Nevertheless, we have a great lineup, with submissions covering a wide variety of topics for all users of MongoDB, from novice to experienced.
For developers coming from a relational background, the schemaless nature of MongoDB can be both liberating and challenging. Application design with MongoDB is going to be a key topic at MongoSV, with sessions on Building A First MongoDB Application (... Read More >
Today we are pleased to announce that 10gen and Zend Technologies have integrated the MongoDB PHP driver with Zend Server, the world’s leading PHP Web application server, enabling PHP developers to take advantage of the agility and scalability of MongoDB.
Zend Technologies is now bundling the MongoDB PHP driver with Zend Server 5.5 to provide PHP developers with out-of-the-box access to MongoDB. In the future, the companies plan to provide support for MongoDB on the Zend Application Fabric, an open, elastic platform that offers everything required to successfully run and scale business-critical PHP applications on public and... Read More >
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.