Getting Started with Geospatial Data in MongoDB

June 23, 2017

Speaker: Timo Geusch, Senior Consulting Engineer, MongoDB 
Level: 100 (Beginner)
Track: Developer

MongoDB supports geospatial data and specialized indexes that make building location-aware applications easy and scalable. In this session, you will learn the fundamentals of working with geospatial data in MongoDB. We will explore how to store and index geospatial data and best practices for using geospatial query operators and methods. By the end of this session, you should be able to implement basic geolocation functionality in an application.

What You Will Learn:

Getting geospatial data into MongoDB and how to build geospatial indexes.

The fundamentals of MongoDB's geospatial query operators and how to design queries that meet the needs of your application.

Advanced geospatial capabilities with Java geospatial libraries and MongoDB.

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