Watch Now: MongoDB, A Modern Platform for Financial Services

The Financial industry has been going through years of evolving change; and legacy technology platforms, especially the RDBMS, make it difficult for firms to meet new regulatory requirements, manage data across multiple channels (i.e. Mobile), and create improvements in operational efficiency, especially around cost containment. More importantly, delivering innovative application functionality often requires an innovative data platform.

MongoDB has proven to be a game-changer in Financial Services. Hosted by our two Financial Architects (including the former JPMorgan Chase Chief IB Architect), register for these webinars to understand the differences between current technology and MongoDB, where it fits within an enterprise architecture, and how its use in conjunction with Hadoop proves to be an incredibly powerful platform.

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Topics Covered Include:

  • MongoDB's Role in Lower Development Costs
  • How to Introduce MongoDB in the Enterprise
  • Overview of Optimization Strategies for MongoDB
  • Programming paradigms for tackling common problems

About the Speakers:

Buzz Moschetti is a Financial Enterprise Architect at MongoDB. He is the former Global Head of Architecture for the Investment Bank division of JPMorganChase. His responsibilities there included information and software architecture vision and strategy, business applications and process development, and solutions standards and design leadership for a $2.2b budget funding 9000 professionals worldwide for all lines of business including equity & debt capital markets, listed and OTC derivatives, commodities, institutional, proprietary, and customer trading, settlement and clearance, and research.

Matt Kalan is a Senior Business Architect at MongoDB based in New York, with extensive experience helping more than 200 customers in financial services and other industries solve business problems with technology. Before MongoDB, Matt grew Progress Software's Apama Algorithmic Trading and Complex Event Processing (CEP) Platform business in North America and later sold broader operational intelligence solutions to FS firms.