The MEAN Stack – Nice for High Performance Web Apps

On Demand

Duration:45 minutes



The open source MEAN stack – MongoDB, Express.js, Angular and Node.js – is a fullstack Javascript framework making it easy to build and deploy dynamic web sites and web apps. Delivering engaging, addictive digital experiences for the web means making apps data-rich, fast and scalable. Enter MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database, and a high-performance platform based on open technology standards and innovation that’s ready to deliver an ultra-scale performance boost to your MEAN-stack apps. In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to use the MEAN stack for developing dynamic digital experiences
  • How MongoDB delivers the data for next-gen, data-rich apps like 360-view
  • How to gain significant performance for the MEAN stack with IBM Power Systems


Attendees will also receive free access to IBM’s Open Innovation and Cloud Center, where you can try the MEAN stack on IBM Power Systems for yourself. Don’t miss this webinar – sign up today.

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Buzz Moschetti

Enterpreise Architect


Buzz Moschetti is an enterprise architect at MongoDB. He was formerly the Chief Architecture Officer of Bear Stearns before joining the Investment Bank division of JPMorganChase as Global Head of Architecture. His areas of expertise include enterprise data design, systems integration, and multi-language tiered software leverage with C/C++, Java, Perl, Python, and Ruby. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Chuck Bryan

Linux and Open Source Offering Manager


Chuck Bryan is the Linux Leader for the Power Systems Solutions team and responsible for leading an extended team of developers, researchers and solution architects for Open Source based solutions on POWER like MongoDB, EDB Postgres and the Open Platform for DBaaS on POWER in addition to Blockchain. Previously Chuck led the offering team that launched the first Linux only Power Systems and started out with with IBM as a systems engineer and technical sales specialist for Power Systems in Silicon Valley after graduating with an engineering degree from Clemson University.



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