There’s lots of talk in the NoSQL space about using the “right tool for the right job”. In this talk, Dwight Merriman, co-founder of 10gen and the MongoDB project will talk about the history of MongoDB, going back to his years of building high performance systems at DoubleClick through to today. Dwight will also cover the design decisions that went into creating MongoDB and the use cases it’s particularly well suited to.
Consumer social web is seeing lot of momentum and traction around various NoSQL solutions, including MongoDB. Enterprise world is not lagging too much behind this time around. A number of Enterprise Social Software (aka ESS or E2.0) systems are embracing MongoDB, node.js and other alternative stacks as a replacement for their traditional J2EE architectures. Biren Gandhi, an early architect at Facebook and Zynga will share his recent experiences with MongoDB as part of Cisco's Enterprise Collaboration Software - Quad.
9th December 2011