Working with MongoDB as MySQL DBA
What challenges are you facing when working with MongoDB? Are you a MySQL DBA trying to find the similarities between MySQL and MongoDB? This session will provide the analogous things between MySQL and MongoDB as well as what are the differences. We’ll go over replication features, failover and recovery, adjusting the variables and checking status and using DML, DDL with different storage engines. - Replication in MongoDB compared to MySQL - Resyncing nodes after crash - Changing variables and configuration files - Status check and processlist - Security and authentication - Schema design, DDL, DML - Storage engine and concurrency - Error and Slow query logs - Backups and recovery
Lead Database consultant, Pythian
Igor is MongoDB Certified DBA supporting the next-generation of database solutions in both MySQL and MongoDB. With a masters degree in Software Engineering, Igor enjoys the variety of challenges he faces while working at Pythian, rather than working on the same thing every day. When he's not working, he can be found running or hiking.
Lead Database Consultant, Pythian
Martin worked as a developer, system administrator and DBA in local companies for more than 10 years. After that, he worked in Support and Consulting teams at Percona and he joined Pythian in August 2015. He currently live in Montevideo with his wife and his 2 sons.