2012 Oracle Open World: X.commerce and MongoDB
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Brief presentation on how X.commerce uses MongoDB within its cloud infrastructure. Talk given at MongoDB booth at Oracle Open World 2012 on October 2nd, 2012 at 11:30am and 2:15pm.

Brief presentation on how X.commerce uses MongoDB within its cloud infrastructure. Talk given at MongoDB booth at Oracle Open World 2012 on October 2nd, 2012 at 11:30am and 2:15pm.

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2012 Oracle Open World: X.commerce and MongoDB Presentation Transcript

  • 1. USE CASE CATEGORY (E.G Content Management/eCommerce) Jonathan LeBlanc Developer Evangelist (X.commerce / eBay) Oracle Open World 2012 1
  • 2. X.commerce OverviewThe ProblemWhy MongoDB?Results 2
  • 3. X.commerce Overview 3
  • 4. Complete commerce ecosystemSingle eBay Inc. developer portalSingle Entry point for merchants 4
  • 5. The Problem 5
  • 6. Point-to-point integrations Reusable model 6
  • 7. Why MongoDB? 7
  • 8. Quality attributesReliable, ManageableDeploymentUniform, Easily automated, Scales downData modelFlexible, Constrained, Simple optimizationsSupported servicesAlready integrated with Cloud Foundry 8
  • 9. The Results 9
  • 10. A core component of the X.commerce CloudThe standard data store for all in-house capabilitiesFabric Integration• Authorization and configuration data• Message tracing 10
  • 11. Questions 11