Webinar: How Banks Manage Reference Data with MongoDB

March 19, 2013

(We suggest registering at least 30 minutes before the start of the webinar.)

Managing and distributing reference data globally has always been a challenge for financial institutions. Managing and maintaining database schemas while integrating and replicating that data across geographies is costly and time consuming. MongoDB's native replication capabilities and partitioned architecture make it simple to distribute and synchronize data efficiently across the globe. MongoDB’s dynamic schema dramatically reduces database maintenance for schema migrations – data structure changes can be applied with no down time, and with no impact to existing applications.

Daniel Roberts: About the speaker

Daniel Roberts is a Solutions Architect based in London. Prior to MongoDB Daniel worked at Oracle for 11 years in a number of different positions, including Oracle's middleware technologies and strategy. Prior roles include consulting, product management, business development and more recently as a solution architect for financial services. Daniel has also worked for Novell, ICL and as a freelance contractor. He has a degree in Computer Science from Nottingham Trent University in the UK.