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Big Data Technology Leaders Define the Coming of Age of Digital Advertising's "Bad Boy" Database

GoGrid and Partners Host NoSQL for Digital Advertising Meetup

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/19/14 -- GoGrid, the leader in Open Data Services (ODS), is pleased to announce its upcoming technology meetup, "NoSQL: Digital Advertising's 'Bad Boy' Database Comes of Age." Complementing the ad:tech San Francisco 2014 conference keynoted by original bad boy, Sean "Diddy" Combs, the March 26 event focuses on how NoSQL database technologies help digital advertisers consistently push the envelope. The event is co-sponsored by NoSQL database technology leaders Basho, Couchbase, and DataStax.

"NoSQL has become the gold standard disrupter in database technology by letting advertisers leverage massive amounts of consumer profile data and make real-time bidding and targeted ad delivery effective," said GoGrid CEO John Keagy. "The most cutting-edge advertising and digital marketing platforms demand a reliable, flexible, high-performance infrastructure that lets them focus on innovation and customer success."

Offering the only cloud infrastructure purpose-built for Big Data, GoGrid enables advertising and digital marketing leaders to grow as rapidly as needed. Merkle, Glam, Martini Media, Excite Digital Media, and other digital advertising and marketing platforms rely on the massive scalability, speed, and reliability delivered by NoSQL technologies on GoGrid's infrastructure.

The March 26 meetup features a panel discussion and Q&A, followed by complimentary drinks and appetizers. Attendance is free, but registration is required.

"NoSQL: Digital Advertising's 'Bad Boy' Comes of Age"
Panel Discussion and Q&A

Basho - Jon Meredith, SVP, Technical Operations (@jon_meredith)
Couchbase - To Be Announced
DataStax - Alex Popescu, Sr. Product Manager (@al3xandru)
GoGrid - Heather McKelvey, CTO & SVP Engineering (@hamckelvey)

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. PT

111 Minna Gallery
111 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

For additional information or to register for the event, please click here. For more news and updates, follow @GoGrid on Twitter.

About GoGrid

GoGrid enables companies to evaluate and run multiple, on-demand Big Data solutions quickly, simply, reliably, securely, and cost-effectively. As the leader in Open Data Services (ODS), GoGrid is committed to delivering purpose-built Big Data solutions and services for the management and integration of open source, commercial, and proprietary technologies across multiple platforms. With over 15,000 customers and over 600,000 VMs deployed, GoGrid has pioneered cloud infrastructure for more than a decade for companies like Condé Nast, Merkle, and Preventice. For more information, please visit

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