MongoSF: Our Streaming Analytics Video is Now Available
As you all know, Tim and I spoke at MongoSF recently. Our session was focused on how to build a streaming analytics system with Mongo. For those of you who might have missed this post thread, here are the highlights (with the appropriate links):
- We wanted to make our beta version of PatternBuilders Social Media Analytics demo publicly available on the web.
- We looked at cloud-based deployments as a way to make this economically viable.
- As part of our move to the cloud, we made significant changes to PatternBuilders Platform architecture—which included MongoDB (a choice that the PatternBuilders development team is very happy with).
Our session was videotaped and I am happy to announce that it is now available on the 10gen site. You’ll notice that we got a lot of great questions. If, after viewing the video, you have some thoughts or questions please send them my way through comments or email—it may take me some time (we are, as Mary said in her last post, crazy busy right now), but I will follow up!
Entry filed under: big data, General Analytics, Technology. Tags: analytic systems, big analytics, big data, Cloud, Mongo, MongoDB, PatternBuilders Analytic Framework, streaming analytics, Technology.