|By Marketwired .||
|August 5, 2014 12:21 PM EDT||
LEXINGTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/14 -- Tokutek®, delivering database performance at scale, today announced two Bay Area meet ups for those interested in learning more about TokuMX, the high-performance distribution of MongoDB from Tokutek. Both sessions will be led by Tokutek senior software developer Zardosht Kasheff.
Topic: Closing the MongoDB Elections / Failover Gap
When: Monday, 18-August, 6:30PM
Where: The Heavybit Clubhouse | 325 Ninth Street, San Francisco, CA
Topic: TokuMX: The "What," "Why," and "How" of Fractal Tree Indexing for MongoDB
When: Tuesday, 19-August, 5:00PM
Where: The San Jose Convention Center (at NoSQL Now! 2014)
NOTE: TokuMX SJC Meetup Members can obtain a FREE NoSQL Now! 2014 Expo Pass by using the CODE: TOKUTEK
TokuMX helps MongoDB users with the most challenging big data applications dramatically improve big data application performance with state-of-the-art indexing while significantly reducing hardware costs with unmatched database compression and write optimization.
To learn more about Tokutek TokuMX:
- Read the TokuView Blog.
- Access product guides and FAQs
- Join our TokuMX mailing list to be notified about future product updates and related events.
About Tokutek Inc.
Tokutek is a performance database company that delivers Big Data capabilities to leading open source data management platforms. Its breakthrough technology lets customers build a new class of applications that handle unprecedented amounts of incoming data and scale with the data processing needs of tomorrow. Tokutek applies Fractal Tree® indexing to increase MySQL performance and MongoDB performance, decrease database size, and minimize downtime. The company is headquartered in Lexington, MA, and has offices in New York, NY. For more information, visit Tokutek.com or follow us on Twitter @Tokutek.
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