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The amounts of data produced today at any given moment along with the ability the collect them, to process and analyze them into business insights for organizations are capturing the imaginations of experts and leaders  if IT and operational systems – how the situation can be harvested for business uses which will allow the organization to achieve its goals.

Based on this, a special meeting organized by Matrix in collaboration with MongoDB, which is represented by it in Israel, will focus on applying Big Data and unifying data from a wide range of sources to develop advanced solutions for companies and organizations from the military and security field.

The meeting will present trends and directions in Big Data applications and real-time uses in the military and intelligence world, customer stories from the Computer Service Directorate in the IDF and insights from projects in Israel and abroad, where MongoDB was used for military and security uses.

MongoDB is a NoSQL open source database and the first of its kind to find its way to the top of databases in the world, where only relational databases exist. Among its advantages are high capabilities, successful proven experience in a wide range of sectors including Enterprise support, ability to handle large quantities of data from a range of sources, to easily combine geographical data, and perhaps the most important – the easiness of use it offers for developers in its flexible db schema. Common uses of the MongoDB include operational and analytical big data applications, managing and providing content, portable and social infrastructures, managing user data and combining it to a unified picture.

One of the key spokesmen is Masimo Brignoli, a senior solutions architect for MongoDB who will arrive especially in Israel for the convention.

The meeting will be held at the We Work complex in Herzliya Pituach and is meant for CIOs, DBAs, production managers, technology managers and technological leaders in the security and intelligence sectors.

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