MongoDB Munich 2013

MongoDB Munich 2013

October 14th

MongoDB Munich is an annual one-day conference in Munich dedicated to MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database.

Visit us at MongoDB Munich to:

  • Discover the exciting new features in our most recent release
  • Learn directly from MongoDB engineers on MongoDB development and operations best practices, with sessions for beginners and experienced users
  • Hear from MongoDB customers and community members about first-hand experiences with the technology
  • Network in the expo hall with solution and service providers

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Admission

Admission price includes lunch and refreshments

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Schedule

Strauss Foyer Strauss B Strauss A
9:00am - 9:45am

Registration

Registration and light refreshments

9:45am - 10:00am

Welcome Comments

Jim Stock, Sales Director, EMEA, MongoDB

The welcome will be held in Strauss Saal.

10:10am - 10:50am

Ask The Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

MongoDB as a Universal Data Store for Process Data

Timo Klingenmeier, GM, inmation GmbH & Co. KG

‘Dynamic schema’, what’s in it for manufacturers? This session will give you a brief overview about the process industries’ IT landscape and how the sector dealt with Big Data long before the term was even invented. We shed a quick light on the evolution of data interface standards such as OPC UA. Taking a quick look into the motivation (and ongoing struggle) for seamless real-time system integration between Control and ERP, this talk will conclude with hard facts on why MongoDB qualifies so well in the industrial solution context. Deprecating the closed-shop data silo, inmation will share first-hand experience from MongoDB-centric system development.

Building Your First App with MongoDB

Thomas Rueckstiess, Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB

This talk will introduce the philosophy and features of the open source, NoSQL MongoDB. We’ll discuss the benefits of the document-based data model that MongoDB offers by walking through how one can build a simple app to store books. We’ll cover inserting, updating, and querying the database of books.

11:00am - 11:40am

Ask The Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

Einmal über den großen Teich - MongoDB in der AWS-Cloud von EU nach US nahezu ohne Downtime migrieren

Markus Ostertag, Head of Development, Team Internet AG

Einen aktiven Cluster in einen anderen Kontinent zu migrieren ist selbst in der Cloud und damit ohne den Transport von physischen Servern eine große Aufgabe. Die Anforderung, dass das Ganze mit nahezu keiner Downtime geschehen und bis zum Abschalten dauerhaft in den MongoDB geschrieben werden muss, machte es für uns nicht einfacher... Wie wir das Problem mit genauer Planung und viel Vorarbeit bewältigt haben ist Thema dieses Talks.

Schema Design

Craig Wilson, Software Engineer, MongoDB

MongoDB’s basic unit of storage is a document. Documents can represent rich, schema-free data structures, meaning that we have several viable alternatives to the normalized, relational model. In this talk, we’ll discuss the tradeoff of various data modeling strategies in MongoDB using a library as a sample application. You will learn how to work with documents, evolve your schema, and common schema design patterns.

11:50am - 12:30pm

Ask The Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

R Statistics with MongoDB

Dr. Markus Schmidberger, comSysto GmbH

Big Data is on every CIO’s mind. It is presently synonymous with open source technologies like Hadoop, and the ‘NoSQL’ class of databases. Another technology that is shaking things up in Big Data is R (www.r-project.org, #rstats). R is an open source programming language and software environment designed for statistical computing and visualisation. The statistical software R is the fastest growing analytics platform in the world, and is established in both academia and companies for robustness, reliability and accuracy. For real big data analyses you have to access your data in your preferred database on the fly. In this talk I will give a short overview about R, the available connection to MongoDB and present some big data analyses using R and mongoDB.

Replication

Joe Drumgoole, Director of Partner Technical Services, MongoDB

MongoDB supports replication for failover and redundancy. In this session we will introduce the basic concepts around replica sets, which provide automated failover and recovery of nodes. We'll show you how to set up, configure, and initiate a replica set, and methods for using replication to scale reads. We'll also discuss proper architecture for durability.

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Lunch

Lunch will be hosted in Strauss Foyer and is sponsored by JasperSoft & MongoSoup

2:00pm - 2:40pm

Ask the Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

Performance Tuning and Monitoring Using MMS

Joe Drumgoole, Director of Partner Technical Services, MongoDB

MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS) is a free cloud-based service provided by MongoDB for monitoring MongoDB deployments in real time. MMS ensures that you have visibility into the right metrics to manage and optimize applications during development and in production. In this talk, you'll learn how to leverage MMS charts, custom dashboards, alerting and other features to track the performance of your system.

Basic Sharding in MongoDB

Craig Wilson, Software Engineer, MongoDB

Sharding allows you to distribute load across multiple servers and keep your data balanced across those servers. This session will review MongoDB’s sharding support, including an architectural overview, design principles, and automation.

2:50pm - 3:30pm

Ask the Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

Advanced Replication Internals

Christian Kvalheim, Software Engineer, MongoDB

With recent MongoDB releases we have added more nuance and more advanced behavior to MongoDB data replication (replica sets). We have advanced, and dynamic, chaining as well as manual control for setting the replication source for advanced replication topologies. In addition with more granular locking and separating reading operations from upstream members (via the oplog) we provide more concurrency and throughput during replication. This is especially significant on inconsistent or high latency networks. Adding buffering and decoupling replication data from the application of those operations provides a stable for even more improvement. New metrics have been added to monitor all these features, and behaviors. Together we will explore all the internals in order to better understand and monitor your replica set systems.

Got Index?

Mathias Eckert, Software Developer, AutoScout24

Do all your queries use proper indexes? Really? A real life experience: In this talk I will reveal what might happen to your system if your queries do not use indexes and how to avoid this situation. I will show you different "built-in" possibilities to prevent missing indexes, and why they did not work for us! To solve the indexing issues we encountered at our company, I created a tool called "Mongo Query Inspector", which will be the main focus in this talk.

3:30pm - 3:50pm

Coffee Break

Coffee Break in Strauss Foyer, Sponsored by JasperSoft and MongoSoup

3:50pm - 4:30pm

Ask the Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

Indexing and Query Optimization

Thomas Rueckstiess, Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB

MongoDB supports a wide range of indexing options to enable fast querying of your data. In this talk we’ll cover how indexing works, the various indexing options, and cover use cases where each might be useful.

Migrating One of the Most Popular eCommerce Platforms to MongoDB

Aron Spohr, fashion4home GmbH

Is it worthwhile to migrate a heavy SQL application to MongoDB? In this talk we show our insights and positive outcomes on the migration of a popular open source eCommerce platform (Magento) to MongoDB. The talk covers interesting migration challenges and techniques both from a data and software point of view.

4:40pm - 5:20pm

Ask the Experts & Sponsor Hall

In Strauss Foyer we will be hosting our on site office hours (ask the experts) where you can spend 1x1 time with MongoDB Engineers. You can also visit our sponsors for cool giveaways and demos.

Data Processing and Aggregation Options in MongoDB 2.4

Christian Kvalheim, Software Engineer, MongoDB

MongoDB scales easily to store mass volumes of data. However, when it comes to making sense of it all what options do you have? In this talk, we'll take a look at 3 different ways of aggregating your data with MongoDB, and determine the reasons why you might choose one way over another. No matter what your big data needs are, you will find out how MongoDB the big data store is evolving to help make sense of your data.

MongoDB Infrastructure - Reliability, Redundancy and Performance

David Mytton, Server Density

MongoDB is often touted for their performance and whilst it's true that they usually offer great performance out of the box, it still really depends on how you deploy your infrastructure. Dedicated vs cloud? In memory vs on disk? Spindal vs SSD? Replication lag. Multi data centre deployment. This talk will consider all the infrastructure requirements of a successful high performance MongoDB infrastructure with hints and tips that can be applied to help improve reliability, redundancy and performance. It will include things like OS tweaks, disk benchmarks, replication, monitoring and backups.

5:30pm - 5:45pm

Roadmap

Marc Schwering, Solutions Architect, MongoDB

The roadmap, where we will discuss the current & future path of MongoDB, will be held in Strauss Saal.

Location

Hilton Munich City

ROSENHEIMER STRASSE 15
81667 Munich
Germany

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