Author - Adamo Tonete

Upcoming Webinar Wed 9/19: Percona Server for MongoDB vs MongoDB Enterprise

MongoDB Enterprise Advanced

Please join Percona’s Senior Support Engineer, Adamo Tonete, as he presents Percona Server for MongoDB vs MongoDB Enterprise on Wednesday, September 19th, 2018, at 12:30 PM PDT (UTC-7) / 3:30 PM EDT (UTC-4).
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In this webinar we will evaluate MongoDB Community, MongoDB Enterprise Advanced, and Percona Server for MongoDB side-by-side to better inform the decision […]

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Webinar Thursday, July 27, 2018: MongoDB Sharding 101 – Geo-Partitioning

MongoDB Sharding

Please join Percona’s Senior Support Engineer, Adamo Tonete as he presents MongoDB Sharding 101 – Geo-Partitioning on Thursday, July 26th, 2018 at 12:30 PM PDT (UTC-7) 3:30 EDT (UTC-4).
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In this webinar, we will discuss the common shard keys and demonstrate how to build a worldwide distributed sharded cluster using tags.Tags can be used […]

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Webinar Wed 7/19: MongoDB Sharding

MongoDB shard zones

Please join Percona’s Senior Support Engineer, Adamo Tonete as he presents MongoDB Sharding 101 on July 19th, 2018, at 12:30 PM PDT (UTC-7) / 3:30 PM EDT (UTC-4).
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This tutorial is a continuation of advanced topics for the DBA. In it, we will share best practices and tips on how to perform the most […]

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MongoDB Transactions: Your Very First Transaction with MongoDB 4.0

MongoDB 4.0 transactions

MongoDB 4.0 is just around the corner and with rc0 we can get a good idea of what we can expect in the GA version. MongoDB 4.0 will allow transactions to run in a replica set and, in a future release, the MongoDB transaction will work for sharded clusters. This is a really big change!
Multi-statement […]

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Finding the Right Direction: MongoDB Compass – Community Version

MongoDB Compass

In this blog post, we will talk a bit about the product MongoDB Compass. This new tool has 3 main versions, these being: Community, Enterprise and Enterprise Read Only. MongoDB Compass Community is free, but a bit limited. It allows you to connect to your MongoDB Database to run queries, check queries execution plans, manage indexes, and […]

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Upcoming Webinar Thursday, 5/24: What’s New in MongoDB 3.6

Running MongoDB

Please join Percona’s Senior Support Engineer, Adamo Tonete as he presents What’s New in MongoDB 3.6 on Thursday, May 24th, 2018, at 12:30 PM PDT (UTC-7) / 3:30 PM EDT (UTC-4).
In this webinar, Adamo will walk though what’s new in MongoDB 3.6, including:

Change streams for building reactive, real-time applications
Retryable writes for always-on write availability
Schema […]

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Starting MongoDB Database Software

MongoDB Database Software

In this blog post, we will cover how to start MongoDB database software in the three most used platforms: Windows/Linux/MacOS.
If you have just started with NoSQL databases, you might wonder how to evaluate if MongoDB is a good fit for your application.
Percona provides a signed version of MongoDB called Percona Server for MongoDB with a […]

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Five Tips to Optimize MongoDB

Optimize MongoDB

In this blog, we’ll look at five ways to quickly optimize MongoDB.
Have you ever had performance issues with your MongoDB database? A common situation is a sudden performance issue when running a query. The obvious first solution is “let’s create an index!” While this works in some cases, there are other options we need to […]

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Percona Monitoring and Management for MongoDB: Basic Graphs for a Good System Overview

Percona Monitoring and Management for MongoDB

In this blog post, we will discuss how to use Percona Monitoring and Management for MongoDB monitoring, and how to get some key graphs to monitor your MongoDB database.
All production environments need metrics and historical data for easy and fast comparison of performance, throughput in the time.
Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) can help your […]

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Exciting Pre-Cursors to MongoDB 3.6 Transactions

Running MongoDB

In this blog post, we are going to focus on the pre-cursors to MongoDB 3.6 transactions.
As already discussed in this series, MongoDB 3.6 has a good number of features in it. Many of them center around sessions (which David Murphy already talked about). Some are highly anticipated by customers, whereas others are very case-specific.
We’ll look at […]

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