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April 18-21, 2016

Santa Clara, California

MongoDB 3.2

MongoDB 3.2

 18 April 1:30PM-4:30PM @ Room 203
Experience level: 
3 hours tutorial
New and Trending Topics
Tools and Techniques


In this tutorial we will cover all the new features in Mongo 3.2 Community, Percona Server 3.2, and Mongo Enterprise 3.2. We will focus mostly on the new community features but talk about some of the security features available in Percona Server for Mongo 3.2 typically only found in Mongo Enterprise. Additionally we will talk about alternative solutions to some of the other features that exist. Some of the main topics we will cover are: WiredTiger default engine type Replication Protocol updates Config server improvements readConcern Partial Index Document Validation New Shell functionality Field Redaction Audit Log LDAP / External Auth Aggregation new features Changes to Geo and Text searching Breaking compatibility changes Issue fixed with the current minor releases Confirmed but unresolved known issues and when they are targeted to be fixed You should come with a 64bit dev cluster setup so we can go through some of these features and what they look like, however this is optional.


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David Murphy

MongoDB Practice Manager, Percona


David is the Practice Manager for MongoDB at Percona. Prior to that he was one of the early memeber for ObjectRocket the leader in DBaaS for MongoDB specializing in performance. Prior to this he was a Database Architect as Electronic Arts , the game producer and help various systems, networking and development roles. His work includes things like sharding, distributed systems, tool building, very large-scale issues, and high performance MongoDB architecture and design. As a speaker he prefers to focus on solutions in the real world to issues, to this point he tries to regularly publish code to help everyone use his solutions or have ideas to inspire their own.Additionally he is a Mongo Master Alumni and core code contributor to MongoDB and other open source technologies.

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