April MongoDB Meet up

Yann Cluchey will present on : 

Concurrency Patterns with MongoDB

A look at efficient strategies for managing concurrent updates to documents and subdocuments


Alex Brdar, Principal Technical Architect at Razorfish:

The following presentation will discuss how GigaSpaces XAP and MongoDB enabled Razorfish to deliver a platform to meet the requirements of an innovative travel start-up going through initial rounds of funding with visions of disrupting the current stranglehold held by Online Travel Agencies (OTA).  As with many start-ups their plans and goals were far from concrete but their ambitions were to be as ‘big’ as Expedia, Kayak and Lastminute.  Aiming to launch with hotel and boutique property bookings and then rapidly integrating all other aspects of travel e.g. flights, car hire, insurance etc. in future phases.  With this in mind, GigaSpaces XAP coupled with MongoDB for persistence, storage of semi-structured data and geospatial query support provided a flexible platform capable of meeting all future requirements and growth. This discussion will focus on the value added in terms of swift prototyping, changing requirements and lean development that the Gigaspaces XAP platform and MongoDB stack aided.

 

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