Jul 9, 2020

Securing MongoDB

MongoDB, like mostly any other commercial database you might care to name, has these five security subsystems: Authentication, Authorization, Network Encryption, Data-at-rest Encryption, and Auditing.
In this webinar you'll first learn which threat each of the subsystems address.
Secondly which parts probably differ by convention to other databases you know.
Lastly some practical "where" and "how" on enabling them, as well as...

MongoDBSecurityConfiguration


Jun 25, 2020

Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB

We invite you to join members of the Percona Solution Engineering Team as they walk through the task of migrating a MongoDB database to Percona Server for MongoDB (PSMDB).

By the end of this hands-on workshop you should feel comfortable with:

  • Uninstalling MongoDB
  • Installing Percona Server for MongoDB
  • Converting a stand-alone MongoDB server to Percona Server for MongoDB
  • Adding a Percona Server...

MongoDBPercona Open Source SoftwareMigration


May 26, 2020

MongoDB 4.4 preview - Akira Kurogane - Percona Live Online 2020

MongoDB 4.4 is coming out this summer. We'll preview the changes coming up in the core MongoDB server. If we consider the last 6 major releases it's been quite a hectic ride: Pluggable storage engine API, WiredTiger, client-tunable consistency guarantees, transactions, distributed transactions.

Percona Live SessionsMongoDB


May 26, 2020

Scaling financial audit logs at TransferWise with MongoDB - Pedro Albuquerque - Percona Live 2020

TransferWise is a global technology company that is building the best way to move money around the world and 6M users are transferring more than $5 billion every month with us. All transfers within TransferWise are processed by strict state machine rules handled by "Transfer Service". The state machine has a lot of different states like "New", "Money Received", "Converted", "Transferred", and the Transfer object itself contains the most...

Percona Live SessionsMongoDBOperations


May 25, 2020

Migrate from MongoDB Replica-Set to a Sharded Cluster - Antonios Giannopoulos & Jason Terpko - P

When deploying a MongoDB instance, there is a couple of important decision that has to be made. An important one is a decision whether the instance is going to be a Replica-set or a Sharded Cluster. It’s not uncommon to start with a Replica-set, as its easier to deploy and simpler to operate. For some workload, the Replica-set instance may not be the best option, mainly performance-wise, and the migration to a sharded cluster is the only...

Percona Live SessionsMongoDBMigration


Mar 12, 2020

17 Things Developers Need to Know about Databases

Most applications use databases, yet many fail to follow even the most basic best practices resulting in poor performance, downtime and security incidents.
In this presentation, we will look into the foundational best practices you as a Developer should know about databases, with particular focus on the most popular Open Source Databases - MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB.

PostgreSQLMongoDBMySQL


Jan 15, 2020

MongoDB 4.0 and 4.2 Performance Review - What’s New

This webinar will walk you through the performance improvements for the MongoDB 4.0 and 4.2 versions:
- No more blocking secondary reads for the replica set.
- Improved Index builds with foreground but non-blocking behavior!
- Wild card index for the queries against unknown fields.

MongoDBPerformance Optimization


Sep 5, 2019

MongoDB Sharded Cluster

MongoDB Sharded Cluster is very well established to handle huge amounts of data across geographically separate data centers. Sharding the data across the shards evenly or specific to region/data centers based on the application requests are important. But sometimes the sharded cluster setup is not well designed, which leads to data being distributed improperly across shards so the application fails to serve the request within the...

MongoDBPercona MySQL Webinars


Jul 12, 2019

Building Kubernetes Operator for Percona Server for MongoDB

Doug will discuss the basic knowledge needed to understand the complications of running MongoDB inside of a containerized environment and then to go over the specifics of how Percona solved these challenges in the PSMDB Operator. It also will provide an overview of PSMDB Operator features, and a sneak peek at future plans.

MongoDBPercona MySQL WebinarsCloud Solutions


Jun 27, 2019

Beyond Relational Databases: A Look Into MongoDB, Redis, and ClickHouse

Please watch Percona’s Principal Support Engineer Marcos Albe as he presents “Beyond Relational Databases: A Look Into MongoDB, Redis, and ClickHouse”.

We all use and love relational databases... until we use them for purposes for which they are not a good fit. Queues, caches, catalogs, unstructured data, counters, and many other use cases could be solved with relational databases, but are better solved with other alternatives....

CloudMongoDBPercona MySQL Webinars


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