CIGNEX Datamatics, a global leader in Open Source solutions for the enterprise, announced today their participation as a sponsor at the upcoming MongoSV Conference
November 30, 2012 (Newswire) - CIGNEX Datamatics, a global leader in Open Source solutions for the enterprise, announced today their participation as a sponsor at the upcoming MongoSV Conference on December 4, 2012 at Santa Clara, California. MongoSV is an annual one day community conference for Open Source non-relational database - MongoDB.
This year's conference includes over 50 sessions by 10gen engineers and MongoDB users from companies such as foursquare, Github, Apollo Group (University of Pheonix), AOL, and more.
CIGNEX Datamatics would be exhibiting at booth #11 highlighting its Open Source integration of MongoDB with Liferay, Drupal, and other front end solutions to deliver richer web experience. Other topics include sharding best practices and a free offer to sign up for a Big Data assessment.
"Big Data has changed everyone's perception about data. Having a robust Open Source solution like MongoDB allows the enterprise to easily adopt NoSQL into their technology ecosystem. Our experience and technology expertise in Open Source and solution integrations strongly position us to deliver Open Source Big Data solutions." Amit Babaria, President - Americas and Co-Founder.
For more information, check out the agenda: http://www.10gen.com/events/mongosv#agenda or 10gen's blog post Get Ready for MongoSV: http://blog.10gen.com/post/34700229730/get-ready-for-mongosv
About 10gen: 10gen is the initiator, contributor and continual sponsor of MongoDB, offering production support, training, consulting and online management services for the database. Thousands of leading Web 2.0 companies as well as Fortune 500 enterprises have adopted MongoDB. 10gen is funded by Flybridge Capital Partners, New Enterprise Associates, Sequoia Capital and Union Square Ventures. For more information, visit www.10gen.com or www.mongodb.org. Follow us on Twitter at @MongoDB and @10gen.