MongoDB and Pentaho are emerging as a powerful combination for scalable data storage, processing, and analytics. Join this interactive luncheon to hear how leading companies are pairing these complementary technologies together to deliver innovative analytics.
This month, David Murphy from ObjectRocket will present:
Interesting changes in Mongo 2.6
The following is a guest post by Doug Daniels, CTO of Mortar Data Inc.
Today, we’re excited to announce integration between MongoLab and Mortar, the Hadoop platform for high-scale data science. If you have one of the 100,000+ databases at MongoLab, you can now seamlessly use Hadoop to:
By Alex Komyagin, Technical Service Engineer in MongoDB’s New York Offices
In this series of posts we cover some of the enhancements in MongoDB 2.6 and how they will be valuable for users. You can find a more comprehensive list of changes in our 2.6 release notes. These are changes I believe you will find helpful, especially for our advanced users.
CoolaData (www.cooladata.com) is an open data infrastructure which provides deep behavioral analytics to analyze, visualize, predict and act on data. It empowers online companies to become proactive and predictive without having to develop, store, manage or monitor data themselves. Our customers get actionable answers to business questions, resulting in improved user acquisition, reduced churn rates, better conversion and higher customer lifetime value.
On March 3rd, the Bitcoin exchange Flexcoin shut down after being hacked and catastrophically robbed. The hack was made possible, according to Emin Gün Sirer…
In a post last week, I described the difference in concurrency behavior between MongoDB’s oplog and TokuMX’s oplog. In short, here are the key…
Wisma RD, Level 14
Don’t forget your laptops
The following is a guest blog post by Brian Benz, Senior Technical Evangelist at Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.