MongoDB.local San Francisco

On October 12, 2017 MongoDB.local came to San Francisco for a one-day educational conference covering the fundamentals to advanced techniques of app design and performance management.

  • Using Change Streams to Keep Up with Your Data31:04

    Using Change Streams to Keep Up with Your Data

    In MongoDB 3.6, change streams will empower developers to easily leverage the power of MongoDB's internal real-time functionality to react to relevant data changes immediately.

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  • Simplified Encryption and Key Management39:55

    Simplified Encryption and Key Management

    MongoDB .local SF Speaker: Patrick Townsend, Founder & CEO, Townsend Security Encryption and key management has a reputation for being difficult. Not anymore! After this session, you'll be able t

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  • MongoDB Stich Overview

    MongoDB Stich Overview

    Learn more about MongoDB Stitch, our new Backend as a Service (BaaS) that makes it easy for developers to create and launch applications across mobile and web platforms.

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  • ReadConcern and WriteConcern

    ReadConcern and WriteConcern

    MongoDB replica sets allow you to make the database highly available so that you can keep your applications running even when some of the database nodes are down.

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  • Sizing MongoDB Clusters

    Sizing MongoDB Clusters

    When architecting a MongoDB application, one of the most difficult questions to answer is how much hardware (number of shards, number of replicas, and server specifications) am I

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  • It's a Dangerous World: From OS Through Application, Securing Your MongoDB Infrastructure

    It's a Dangerous World: From OS Through Application, Securing Your MongoDB Infrastructure

    Speaker: Steffan Mejia In this session, we provide a practical and tactical overview of securing your MongoDB infrastructure. We will address the fundamentals of security and security philosophy. Sp

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  • Reading the .explain() Output

    Reading the .explain() Output

    Speaker: Charlie Swanson Learn how MongoDB answers your queries from a query system engineer. If you've ever had a performance problem with a query but didn't know how to find the cause, or if you'v

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  • Jumpstart: Your Introduction To MongoDB

    Jumpstart: Your Introduction To MongoDB

    Speaker: Jay Gordon MongoDB has grown into one of the world's more popular databases and continues to expand it's reach to developers. In this talk we will discuss MongoDB foundations that attendees

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  • Powerful Analysis with the Aggregation Pipeline

    Powerful Analysis with the Aggregation Pipeline

    Speaker: Asya Kamsky Think you need to move your data "elsewhere" to do powerful analysis? Think again. The most efficient way to analyze your data is where it already lives. MongoDB Aggregation Pip

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  • ETL for Pros: Getting Data Into MongoDB

    ETL for Pros: Getting Data Into MongoDB

    Speaker: André Spiegel Many applications require processes that load large amounts of data into MongoDB. It is easy to get these processes wrong, resulting in hours or days of loading time when it co

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  • Powering Microservices with Docker, Kubernetes, Kafka, and MongoDB

    Powering Microservices with Docker, Kubernetes, Kafka, and MongoDB

    Speaker: Andrew Morgan Organizations are building their applications around microservice architectures because of the flexibility, speed of delivery, and maintainability they deliver. Want to try ou

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  • Advanced Schema Design Patterns

    Advanced Schema Design Patterns

    Daniel Coupal "At this point, you may be familiar with the design of MongoDB databases and collections, however what are the frequent patterns you may have to model? This presentation will build on t

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  • It's 10:00 pm: Do You Know Where Your Writes Are?

    It's 10:00 pm: Do You Know Where Your Writes Are?

    Samantha Ritter

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  • Transforming a Large Mission-Critical E-Commerce Platform from a Relational Architecture to MongoDB

    Transforming a Large Mission-Critical E-Commerce Platform from a Relational Architecture to MongoDB

    Speaker: Dharmesh Panchmatia Cisco’s e-commerce platform is a suite of 35 different applications and 300+ services that powers product configuration, pricing, quoting, and order booking across all C

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