Early Bird for MongoDB Seattle Ends Tuesday, August 14

Early bird ticket prices for MongoDB Seattle ends Tuesday August 14.

10gen will be hosting the 4th annual MongoDB Seattle on September 14 at the Bell Harbor International Conference center in Seattle, Washington.

This year’s conference brings four tracks full of new talk sessions, Ask the Expert sessions and workshops on MongoDB Operations and Schema Design the day before the conference.

Conference sessions for the day include

  • Schema Design by Example
  • MongoDB Concurrency Internals in the 2.2 series
  • MongoDB Monitoring Service
  • MongoDB on Amazon Web Services, with Miles Ward, Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services
  • Best Practices for MongoDB on Windows Azure, with Doug Mahugh, Senior Technical Evangelist at Microsoft
  • Telephony Applications with MongoDB, OpenShift and Twilio, by Mark Atwood, OpenShift Evangelist at Red Hat
  • Automating a Secure MongoDB Deployment with Chef, with Eddie Garcia, VP of Development at Gazzang
  • And more!

In need of some expert advice on MongoDB? Attend an “Ask the Expert” session at MongoDB Seattle, where 10gen engineers will be on call to give you advice on MongoDB and have your questions answered.

Sign up now to get your seat reserved for MongoDB Seattle!

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