MongoDB is the leading modern, general purpose database platform, designed to unleash the power of software and data for developers and the applications they build. MongoDB has more than 8,300 customers in more than 100 countries from Fortune 100 enterprises to the most agile start-ups.
Have questions on how MongoDB can work for your IT? Keen to know how customers across the globe are leveraging its various new features?
Talks will cover:
– The Next Generation Database – from Multi Cloud to On Premises
– MongoDB Use Cases of top organizations
– New Trends in MongoDB deployment – Atlas, Stitch, Charts
This invitation-only opportunity is a perfect meet-and-greet for business leaders, senior managers, technical heads and innovators to learn how MongoDB can fuel your digital transformation journey.
The MongoDB team will meet you and share how they are helping their customers, world over – from Forbes to Metlife, Expedia to Bosch – delivering solutions for giant ideas!
Spaces are limited, please register for invite.
Thursday, 24th Jan 2019
Time: 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm
MEET THE TEAM
MongoDB is the world’s leading, modern database platform designed to unleash the power of software and data for innovators and the applications they build. It helps your IT teams to easily organize, use and enrich data – in real time, anywhere. Amongst its top users are – the insurance company MetLife for its customer service applications; Craigslist uses MongoDB for archiving data; the CERN physics lab uses it for data aggregation and discovery, and The New York Times uses MongoDB to support a form-building application for photo submissions.
Ashnik is a Singapore headquartered leading open source solutions provider, with presence across South East Asia, US and India. Ashnik delivers consulting services and solutions based on enterprise open source and big data solutions platform to overcome critical business challenges – enabling enterprises to achieve their digital transformation goals using open source technologies while also enabling the customers’ to keep their operational costs minimal.