Get Ready for MongoSV

On December 4th, over 1,000 MongoDB users and contributors will converge upon Santa Clara for the MongoDB Community’s largest conference of the year, MongoSV.

Agenda Announced

This year's conference includes over 50 sessions by 10gen engineers and experienced MongoDB Users from the community. New sessions for 2012 include:

  • From Cloud to Bare Metal: MongoDB at foursquare by Jon Hoffman, Server Lead at foursquare
  • MongoDB for Analytics by John Nunemaker at Github
  • How we Evaluated MongoDB as a Relational Database Replacement, by Brig Lamoureaux, Apollo Group (the University of Phoenix)
  • The Joy of Cooking: MongoDB with Chef by Nathen Harvey, Technical Community Manager, OpsCode
  • Moving from Cloud to Colo by Ian White, CTO and co-Founder at Sailthru
  • High Performance for Real-time Analytics with David Mytton, Founder, Server Density
  • Building An IRC Application on MongoDB, a half-day session with 10gen Co-founder Eliot Horowitz
  • Real-time Location Based Discovery using MongoDB, Fredrik Björk, Director of Engineering, Banjo
  • Managing Large Scale Data Streams with MongoDB, by Tao Cheng of AOL

New! Operations Track
In addition to many great sessions for developers, the agenda also includes a full track dedicated to ops for those interested in learning about the maintenance strategies and best practices for your MongoDB clusters. New sessions in this track include:

  • Journaling and the Storage Engine with Antoine Girbal, Solutions Architect, 10gen
  • Operations Best Practices with Scott Hernandez, Software Engineer, 10gen
  • Advanced Replication Features with Dwight Merriman, co-founder and CEO, 10gen
  • span>Advanced Sharding Features with Asya Kamsky, Solutions Architect, 10gen

A full overview of talks and sessions at MongoSV are available here.

Community Forum
MongoSV 2012 also includes the community forum, an interactive section of the conference including:

  • Lightning talks with unique use cases and demos
  • Whiteboard sessions from 10gen co-founders and MongoDB core contributors Dwight Merriman and Eliot Horowitz
  • Ask the experts sessions - 15 minute one on one sessions with 10gen engineers to help answer your toughest MongoDB questions
  • Unconference sessions to meet, network and share knowledge with like-minded community members

Spread the Word, Win a MongoDB Book
This week and next, tweet your attendance using the hashtag #MongoSV. We'll choose one lucky person each weekday to win a copy of MongoDB: The Definitive Guide or MongoDB in Action.

Next Steps

Hope to see you there

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