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We’re Sponsoring MongoDB Days Boston Next Week!

We’re Sponsoring MongoDB Days Boston Next Week!

September 23, 2014 0 Comments

We have a great relationship with MongoDB, an open-source document database, and the leading NoSQL database! Not only did we attend their user conference back in June (see a recap of that here and here), but we also support data integration capabilities for the database as part of DataDirect.

To take it one step further, we’re proud to announce that Progress DataDirect will be a sponsor of MongoDB Days - Boston coming up on October 1. Join us at the Westin Copley Place in downtown Boston to learn how to get the most out of your MongoDB database and rub elbows with fellow engineers and MongoDB enthusiasts.

At the event, you'll hear from MongoDB Co-Founder and CTO about the future roadmap for MongoDB. There will also be other sessions, including how to build your first app with MongoDB, Mongo administration 101 and leveraging real-time analytics using MongoDB.

Stop by our booth during the breaks to learn why DataDirect for MongoDB is uniquely positioned to enable natural MongoDB compatibility. Our solution can instantly make MongoDB compatible with virtually anything, enable real-time connectivity to MongoDB data across existing applications and normalize complex data into relational formats. If you have a question about connectivity to MongoDB, we can help! And, if you’d like to try DataDirect for MongoDB for yourself we’ll give you a demo and sign you up for a free trial.

If you’re a Progress partner or customer you can register for the event and get 25% off the cost by using our promotional code (25Progress). In addition to access to all the sessions, you’ll get one-on-one time with a MongoDB engineer during, lunch and refreshments. Looking forward to seeing you there!

PS - Don’t forget to grab a free t-shirt and enter to win a Chromecast!

Mike Sciacca

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