10gen To Attend, Sponsor 'NoSQL Now!' for Second Year
10gen will be sponsoring the second annual NoSQL Now!, from August 21st through the 23rd in San Jose, California. The goal of the educational conference is to ...describe the diversity of NoSQL technologies available to all organizations to address their business needs, and to offer objective evaluation processes to match the right NoSQL solutions with the right business challenge.â€œ
10gen and members of the MongoDB community plan to discuss many of the advantages (and challenges) of MongoDB, and demonstrate how it is being used today in both enterprise IT and start-up companies.
Over the past three years, the NoSQL movement has been growing at 82% compounded annually. Since the first annual NoSQL Now last year, 10gen has had over 1,000,000 downloads, tripled the size of its employee base and gained additional VC funding to be around 75 million in total.
10gen CEO and founder Dwight Merriman will deliver a talk entitled ...Common MongoDB Use Casesâ€œ and will also serve on ...The NoSQL 'C Panel'â€œ alongside representatives from other NoSQL databases. 10gen Director of Product Marketing and Technical Alliances Jared Rosoff will present ...PM1: Benefits and Challenges of Using MongoDB in the Enterpriseâ€œ, which will introduce MongoDB and the benefits and challenges of adopting MongoDB within the enterprise.
Other talks about MongoDB will be delivered by friends from Red Hat, Rocket Fuel, StudyBlue, Inc., Exadel, Inc. and Analytica, Inc. Christoph Bussler and Roger Bodamer from Analytica will give a talk called “Analytica: Analytics for MongoDB and NoSQL Databases.” Grant Shipley from Red Hat will lead “Mobilize Your MongoDB! Developing iPhone and Android Apps in the Cloud.” Josh Powell from Rocket Fuel will discuss the advantages of using MongoDB in a single page web application. Sean Laurent of StudyBlue, Inc will provide a MongoDB case study of databases at scale. Finally, Max Katz of Exadel, Inc. will teach attendees to build Mobile Apps with HTML5 and MongoDB.