10gen Announces MongoSF 2011: Big Data Comes to the Bay

SAN FRANCISCO–10gen, which sponsors leading open source non-relational database MongoDB, announced it will host MongoSF 2011, its annual Bay Area customer, partner and developer conference on May 24, at the Bently Reserve in San Francisco, Calif.

Click to Tweet: Network with more than 800 MongoDB developers expected at #MongoSF 2011, taking place in San Francisco May 24


What: MongoSF is a six-track, one-day conference for developers and data analysts to immerse themselves in the design, features, applications, and internals of the open source database MongoDB.

When: May 24, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. PDT

Where: Bently Reserve Conference Center, 301 Battery Street, San Francisco

Why: As the leading NoSQL database choice, with downloads exceeding 100,000 per month, MongoSF is an opportunity for developers and database administrators to learn about real world, large-scale MongoDB deployments and immerse themselves in the design, features, applications and internals of MongoDB. For the complete conference schedule and list of 10gen customers presenting at this year’s event, please http://www.10gen.com/conferences/mongosf2011

Sponsors: 10gen, Bizo, Dotcloud, Engine Yard, foursquare, Gilt Groupe, Justin.tv, Loggly, MongoHQ, MongoLab, myCloudWatcher, OpenShift by Red Hat, Server Density, SimpleWorker, Sticker Mule and VMware

Media Partners: GigaOM and O’Reilly

How to Participate: Missed out on registration? MongoSF 2011 will be live streamed by Justin.tv at mongosf.com.