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April 18-21, 2016

Santa Clara, California

Schedule - MongoDB 101 - Wednesday - 4/20/16

This is a 1-day MongoDB 101 track led by Percona experts who will take attendees through the fundamentals of MongoDB tools and techniques. Ticket includes access to the keynotes, receptions and exhibit hall. The course is on April 20 (second full day of the conference). This course is not just for DBAs: developers are encouraged to attend to hone their database skills. Developers who code to match the scale the demands of the online community are both a resource and an investment.

11:10am to 12:00pm
Room 204
  • MongoDB 101
  • Operations and Management
Alexander Rubin
If you are a MySQL DBA and want to learn MongoDB quickly - this talk is for you.
MySQL MongoDB NoSQL
1:00pm to 1:50pm
Room 204
  • MongoDB 101
  • New and Trending Topics
Abdelhak Errami
Let's have a discussion about which technology to use. Is it MySQL, MongoDB or both? Then let's go a little bit deeper: which is the right storage engine for your application, business, as a student. This talk will help you learn about the cutting edge technologies.
MySQL MongoDB
2:00pm to 2:50pm
Room 204
  • MongoDB 101
  • New and Trending Topics
David Murphy
A primer on how replication works including elections, and how replica sets are also shards. From there we will go into how sharding works from what meta data lives where, to how primaries hide data they do not “own” such as orphans. Next we will talk through some basic rules to keep in mind with sharding and give some ideas on how you start chasing a shard key.
MongoDB Sharding Replication
3:30pm to 4:20pm
Room 204
  • MongoDB 101
  • New and Trending Topics
David Murphy
We will cover the big new features in Mongo 3.2 Community and Percona Server 3.2 Some of the main topics we will cover are: WiredTiger default engine type Replication Protocol updates Config server improvements readConcern Partial Index Document Validation Audit Log LDAP / External Auth Aggregation new features Changes to Geo and Text searching Breaking compatibility changes Issue f
MongoDB
4:30pm to 5:20pm
Room 204
  • Architecture/Design
  • MongoDB 101
Jon Tobin
MongoDB document design is one of the more abstract topics for many users familiar with relational databases. In this talk, we’ll cover what a document is, how they can be structured, and what structures work (and don’t work) for a particular use case. We will also touch on design decisions and how they will affect the ability of the cluster to scale in the future.
MongoDB NoSQL