Resources

October 19, 2021

Capitalising on Connection: An IoT Discussion with AWS, Cloudflight, and MongoDB

10am BST | 11am CEST | 12pm IDT | 2.30pm IST The benefits of IoT have the recognised potential to unlock an entirely new set of mission critical use cases, and therefore business lines across nearly all industries. A successful IoT implementation not only means the possibility of delivering on a more robust go-to-market and revenue strategy, but also enabling a more complete end-to-end service offering for customers. But is all of this potential laden with risk? As the volumes of data being collected continue to increase exponentially, so too will the requirements to analyse, act upon, and deliver that data in real-time. Join us on October 19th at 10am BST for Capitalising on Connection: An IoT Discussion with AWS, Cloudflight, and MongoDB where you’ll hear from 3 major technology innovators on: How IoT is being shaped by consumer needs and modern technology innovators alike How to avoid the increasing complexity, technological debt and cost of data duplication and integration activities Why 5G Edge and lower latency processing and inference are drastically altering the market Who’s already expanding their go-to-market and revenue strategies by leveraging IoT technologies We'll be joined by panelists: Bala Thekkedath, Head of Product Marketing, AWS Wavelength, Amazon Web Services Dr. Stefan Ried, Principal Analyst & Practice Lead, Market Strategy, Cloudflight Steve Dalby, Principal, Industry Solutions, Telecommunications, MongoDB Gabriela Preiss, Sr. Industry Consultant, MongoDB

Save your seat →

October 19, 2021

Capitalizing on Connection: An IoT Discussion with AWS, Cloudflight, and MongoDB

9am PDT | 11am CDT | 12pm EDT The benefits of IoT have the recognized potential to unlock an entirely new set of mission critical use cases, and therefore business lines across nearly all industries. A successful IoT implementation not only means the possibility of delivering on a more robust go-to-market and revenue strategy, but also enabling a more complete end-to-end service offering for customers. But is all of this potential laden with risk? As the volumes of data being collected continue to increase exponentially, so too will the requirements to analyze, act upon, and deliver that data in real-time. Join us on October 19th at 11am CDT for Capitalizing on Connection: An IoT Discussion with AWS, Cloudflight, and MongoDB where you’ll hear from 3 major technology innovators on: How IoT is being shaped by consumer needs and modern technology innovators alike How to avoid the increasing complexity, technological debt and cost of data duplication and integration activities Why 5G Edge and lower latency processing and inference are drastically altering the market Who’s already expanding their go-to-market and revenue strategies by leveraging IoT technologies We'll be joined by panelists: Bala Thekkedath, Head of Product Marketing, AWS Wavelength, Amazon Web Services Dr. Stefan Ried, Principal Analyst & Practice Lead, Market Strategy, Cloudflight Steve Dalby, Principal, Industry Solutions, Telecommunications, MongoDB Gabriela Preiss, Sr. Industry Consultant, MongoDB

Save your seat →

October 6, 2021

MongoDB Application Data Platform Webinar Series Hong Kong

14:00 - 15:00, every two weeks on Wednesday When we look at a typical application data architecture today, we see a sprawl of complexity because most data technologies are really quite narrow in scope, so you end up with a collection of niche databases -- a separate technology to handle search, another one to handle data on devices, and yet another technology for doing analytics. Most of the time, all this is cobbled together with custom integration code, the complexity of which creates a frustrating and increasingly fragmented developer experience. Teams are forced to learn and maintain an expanding number of technologies just to be able to get to market and deliver on user expectations. . This tech sprawl is also difficult to operationalize and secure as it leads to more silos, more integration work, and more data duplication all around. How does MongoDB’s application data platform address all these complicated problems? Join us for our upcoming MongoDB Application Data Platform Webinar Series, where we will feature several MongoDB customers and “power users” with typical MongoDB deployments, elaborating on how they maximize MongoDB’s capabilities to facilitate their digital transformation and execute on business initiatives. Webinar Series Details : Language: Cantonese Dates & Guest Customer Speakers: Session 1 - October 6 , how AIA rides on MongoDB Flexible schema, Eason Lai, Head of Digital Solution Architecture, AIA Hong Kong & Macau Session 2 - October 20 , How MongoDB transaction function helps Shopline build eComm platform, Ronald Li, Engineering Director, SHOPLINE Session 3 - November 3 , See how the viuTV team is running a database with features like auto-scaling for storage and compute, Roger Lau, Technical Head of Digital, ViuTV Session 4 - Novebmer 17 , more to come Session 5 - December 1 , more to come Session 6 - December 15 , more to come By registering once, you will be able to join all the 6 sessions of this ADP series.

Save your seat →

October 5, 2021

Expectation versus reality for payments data monetisation

Identifying the data-led services corporates want Despite the vast amount of payments data that banks sit on, the ability to use it to add value to corporate clients and generate revenue has proved elusive. There is now a concerted effort to address this challenge. Banks are reconceptualising data as a “strategic asset”, and investment in initiatives to monetise payments data has doubled in the past year. But for these to be successful, it is crucial to understand where the concrete opportunities lie, how potential can be translated into action, and the considerations that should be taken into account. Using the results of new primary research conducted by leading industry analyst house, Celent, and commissioned by Icon Solutions and MongoDB, will deliver fresh insight to better understand respective strategies, pain points and challenges, and the specific services that will enable banks to monetise data. Join us for this session on October 5th at 11am BST where we will be joined by the following industry experts: Toine van Beusekom, Strategy Director, Payments at Icon Solutions Boris Bialek, Global Head of Enterprise Modernization at MongoDB Kieran Hines, Senior Analyst at Celent Krystle Ritchens, Executive Director, Head of EMEA Payments Industry, Regulatory, and Network at J.P. Morgan Moderated by Ali Paterson, Director at Fintech Finance You can download the research report here. By filling in this form you are agreeing to MongoDB sharing your details with Icon Solutions who participated in this discussion.

Save your seat →