We hear a good deal about MongoDB Atlas, Azure's CosmosDB Document Database, and running MongoDB in your environment. However, less is said about how to compare the cost, upkeep, support and pain of running them.
In this talk, we will go through some of the features of each. This includes some of the common challenges in each. There is no perfect solution and you must consider things such as current cloud implementations, staff knowledge, available tooling and (most importantly) budget.
At the end of this talk, you should have a good grasp on how to build out primary and alternate plans when your projects move from development to critical, prime-time production.
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.