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Tokutek Announces Online Learning Series for MongoDB Distro TokuMX

Webinar Series Gets Database Developers and DevOps Professionals up to Speed on High Performance MongoDB Distribution

LEXINGTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/05/14 -- Tokutek, delivering database performance at scale, today announced a Webinar series designed to help database developers and DevOps professionals get the most out of MongoDB and get up to speed with the TokuMX distribution. As the MongoDB ecosystem grows, development teams have more tools at their disposal and this series explores an array of options available to the community.

The upcoming Webinar, "Which MongoDB Distribution Should You Use? The AOL Benchmark," is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 am PT on March 5; the other two are available at the Tokutek site. Attend this webinar with John Schulz, the database architect who built the benchmarks for AOL, as he reveals how the testing was done and his findings. John will address:

  • How AOL developed a test plan
  • Requirements for running a successful bake-off
  • The results of benchmarking MongoDB against TokuMX

Taken together, the TokuMX webinars cover the basics of TokuMX from transaction support to scaling up and out:

MongoDB and Sharding for Scalability: Tips & Tricks
As your database begins to scale, sharding can be an effective way to manage your data. In MongoDB, sharding is unique because it retains nearly all of the full expressiveness of a single server database while scaling out.

Get More Out of MongoDB with TokuMX - Amp up an existing MongoDB application or create a new one with TokuMX.

Transactions and MongoDB - Ways To Have It All: Transaction Support with ACID Reliability and MVCC.

"As an open source company, Tokutek is committed to working closely with its community both in developing new products and in helping our members deploy them successfully," said John Partridge, CEO of Tokutek. "Our series of 'how-to' TokuMX Webinars are a readily accessible crash course for anyone engaged in deploying either TokuMX or MongoDB in a transaction environment."

TokuMX™ is a high-performance distribution of MongoDB that dramatically increases performance and database compression. TokuMX works best on large databases (typically 100 GBs or larger) by speeding indexing by 20x or more and by compressing data up to 90%, thereby radically improving database scalability.

To learn more about Tokutek:

  • Attend "Which MongoDB Distribution Should You Use? The AOL Benchmark," on March 5.
  • Watch or download the three recorded TokuMX webinars.
  • 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 patented 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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