David Mytton

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David Mytton is Founder and CEO of Server Density, a SaaS product that helps users manage and monitor their IT infrastructure. Based in London, Server Density has employees working from the UK and Europe with customers in the USA, Europe and worldwide.

David has been programming in Python and PHP for over 10 years and has worked on a wide range of projects including being on the php.net documentation team, leading development on a high traffic Yelp UK competitor and releasing various open source projects including the core monitoring agent for Server Density.

David founded the London MongoDB user group having deployed one of the earliest and longest running production MongoDB clusters. This includes scaling Server Density from a single VPS to over 150 servers, deployed across multiple data centres on both dedicated and cloud infrastructure.

He has a UK law degree from University of Birmingham with specific focus on intellectual property and software patents.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of David Mytton and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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