At the age of 7, Dimitri received his first computer, since then he has felt addicted to anything with a digital pulse. Dimitri has been active in IT professionally since 2003 in which he took various roles from internal system engineering to consulting. Prior to joining Percona, Dimitri worked as a Open Source consultant for a leading Open Source software consulting firm in Belgium. During his career, Dimitri became familiar with a broad range of open source solutions and with the devops philosophy. Whenever he's not glued to his computer screen, he enjoys travelling, cultural activities, basketball and the great outdoors. Dimitri is living with his girlfriend in the beautiful city of Bruges, Belgium.
A new DB stack needs to be deployed and a decision needs to be made where to deploy it ...
Use dedicated servers, on-prem or via an IaaS provider, as that is how and where the application is running, or maybe because there is extensive config management available that will make the job quick and easy?
Or go DBaaS because that is the future and a lot of companies are taking that route? Or the thought of not having to worry about all of the Operating system quirks, including security issues, is really appealing to you?
In this talk, we're going to have a look at the benefits and restrictions of Roll-your-Own vs DBaaS, more specifically Amazon RDS/Aurora and Google CloudSQL
NoSQL databases and especially MongoDB fits in all kind of companies - from small Startups to Enterprise Companies-.
In this talk, we will discuss how MongoDB can be used in Enterprise environment and what features Percona Server for MongoDB offers to help those companies to integrate MongoDB with an existing environment and also to be compliant with security certifications.
We will demonstrate use cases, how to configure roles-based access, LDAP integration, auditing, encryption at rest.
This talk will describe the parameters which decide what open source database technology you should chose.
It takes a step back and describes how to make decisions based on facts, what technologies might be the better fit and how to ultimately make your choice of a database related technology.
Information security continue to be a major concern and priority of organizations, as regulations such as GDPR continue to drive compliance requirements. Databases are of particular interest, as this is where all data, including sensitive information, is stored. As the amount of data collected continues to soar, and as the types of open source databases deployed for specific applications continue to expand, business risk continues to increase. Fortunately there are some basic steps you can take to improve your security hygiene and effective solutions to help you mitigate risk.