MongoDB Boston 2012

MongoDB Boston 2012

October 24th

MongoDB Boston is an annual one-day conference in Boston, MA dedicated to the open source, non-relational database MongoDB. This year's conference will include new presentation topics, including:

  • 'Using MongoDB in the Windows Azure Cloud', Jim O'Neil, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
  • 'Simplifying Persistence for Java and MongoDB', Jeff Yemin, Cloud Manager, 10gen
  • 'MongoDB and Fractal Tree Indexes', Tim Callaghan, VP of Engineering, Tokutek
  • 'MongoDB for Real Time Analytics', Jared Rosoff, Director of Product Marketing 10gen
  • 'MongoDB and the Cloud: Mashing up Google Maps with OpenShift', Harrison Ripps, Senior Software Engineer, OpenShift
  • A Flexible Plugin-Like Data Layer: Decouple Your Application Logic From Your Data Juan Soprano, Director of Software, Pixable Inc.
  • 'Automating a Secure MongoDB Deployment with Chef and Gazzang' Jessica Gass, Director of Online Marketing, Gazzang
  • 'Using MongoDB to Revolutionize Communications and Collaboration Architecture', presented by Douglas Hubler, Lead Architect, eZuce

MongoDB Boston Workshops

We are offering two in-depth, hands-on MongoDB workshops a day before MongoDB Boston. Each workshop is offered in both the morning (9:00-12:30) and afternoon session (1:30-5:00).

You can find the full workshop agenda here

Event Details

For more information, including speaker and sponsor info, please see below.


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Breakfast will be provided from 8 am - 9 am

Lunch will be provided from 12 pm - 2 pm

Water and assorted coffee refreshments will be available all day


LAZ Doubletree Hotel, 820 Washington Street: $17 Tremont Street Garage, 265 Tremont Street: $34 Stuart Street Garage, 80 Stuart Street: $34

Other parking garages are available nearby

Public Transportation

The closest stop is the green line Arlington stop




If you are speaking at MongoDB Boston you can find helpful information here


If you are sponsoring MongoDB Boston you can find helpful information here