Now it’s even easier to let MongoDB Management Service (MMS) alert you of performance issues. When you log into MMS to monitor your servers, you'll see that we’ve combined alerts and events into a single activity feed. We've also added several new features for an overall improved user experience.
The Activity tab in MMS now provides you with a consolidated view of events as well as open alerts. From the Activity feed, you can acknowledge open alerts and see your recent events, such as host restarts, host additions or elections. You’ll also know if you have any open alerts... Read More >
As data volume and user loads continue to grow exponentially, new rich data structures and agile development methods are encouraging many organizations to move away from relational databases for their evolving applications.
In a webinar on November 7, Mat Keep, Principle Product Marketing Manager, will present considerations project teams must make as they plan their migration to MongoDB. Organizations such as Cisco, Craigslist, Foursquare and Shutterfly have all successfully migrated existing apps from relational databases to MongoDB. The considerations and best practices from projects such as these will also be presented. These include:
Storage architecture can have a direct impact on MongoDB performance and the architecture of MongoDB makes it ideal for large-scale deployments. NoSQL databases are designed from the ground up to be distributed with more hosts for better performance. By leveraging solid-state drive technology with concepts like storage virtualization, high-quality service, and horizontal scaling, storage systems like SolidFire are able to combine the comforts of traditional dedicated storage performance with the simplicity and scalability expected from MongoDB.
Chris Merz, Chief Database Strategist and Senior Database App Engineer at SolidFire, will walk through real-world examples in this webinar on November... Read More >
We’re excited to introduce members of our fantastic MongoDB team in a new series featuring an employee of the week on our blog. Structured in a Q&A format, the employees will share how they came to MongoDB, their role at the company and a few light-hearted questions about what they do when they’re not in our offices.
Our first featured employee is Brendan Coleman, Director of Business Development.
Brendan with his son Harvey
What is your role at MongoDB? What department do you work in?
I’ve been part of the Business Development team for over two... Read More >
In response to incredible demand from developers and DBA’s, we’re excited to announce MongoDB certification.
MongoDB certification offers developers and DBAs a new means to prove expertise on MongoDB and helps organizations hire and develop qualified professionals. These credentials recognize individuals with proven knowledge of the concepts and mechanics of the database and practical skills required to build applications backed by MongoDB.
Currently, we offer two exams: MongoDB Certified Developer, Associate Level and MongoDB Certified DBA, Associate Level. In the future, we will provide certification at the Professional and Master levels for each role.