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Announcing Sessions for MongoDB World 2016

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Announcing Sessions for MongoDB World 2016

Check out the list of topics to be presented at this year's MongoDB World 2016 conference.

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June 28-29, 2016
New York, NY

We asked you to share your giant ideas, and you listened. This year we’re excited for our first round of sessions.

A few topics our engineers will present on are:

  • Debugging MongoDB Performance in 3.2
  • Big Data with MongoDB & Spark
  • Financial Transaction Management and Analysis
  • Using the Cloud Manager / Ops Manager API to Scale MongoDB With Your Application

MongoDB community members and customers will share their stories, including:

  • Data Analysis and Visualization with MongoDB
  • Containerizing MongoDB with Kubernetes
  • Creating a Single View of the Customer
  • From Story to Document: Modeling Common Business Problems with MongoDB

View our list of sessions stretching across a wide range of topics list below. New talks are added every week, so keep checking back!

View MongoDB World 2016 Sessions

Need more reasons to come? At MongoDB World 2016 in New York City, you’ll experience first-hand how the world’s fastest-growing database is powering today’s innovations and can help you gain a competitive advantage. Learn how large enterprises have delivered new applications to market at the speed of a lean startup, and how startups scale and execute on their giant ideas like an enterprise.

Join us for two days of giant ideas. Learn more about MongoDB World 2016 and register for the conference here.

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