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Get your spatial on with MongoDB in the cloud
You've seen what FourSquare has done with spatial and you want some of that for your app. But where to start?More
By the end of this session you'll have all the pieces necessary to write your own location-based app. The OpenShift platform already has MongoDB and the spatial bits installed. So there's no need to find a virtual private server (VPS) or convince your IT team to install stuff.
It's Red Hat's free, auto-scaling Platform-as-a-Service. This webinar starts with a quick intro on firing up an OpenShift instance with MongoDB. Then we'll load some data into MongoDB, show you how to handle spatial data, and do some command-line spatial operations. When you go home you'll be able to amaze your friends and supervisors with some spatial magic that you can control.
Sign up for OpenShift now (it's free!) so you can follow along during or after the webinar, and use the promotional code WEBINAR.Less
Date: June 18, 2012
- 17:00 UTC / 10 a.m. (San Francisco) / 1 p.m. (New York) / 7 p.m. (Paris) / 10:30 p.m. (Mumbai)