Special Price for MongoDB for Administrators Training

10gen is launching a two-day training program called MongoDB for Administrators. Anyone administering MongoDB will find this course invaluable. The comprehensive, 2-day session will be led by one of the software engineers at 10gen working on the database.

The course covers everything a database administrator needs to know to successfully deploy and maintain MongoDB databases and shard clusters. In addition to deployment and maintenance, course topics will include diagnosing performance issues, importing and exporting data, and establishing the proper backup and restore routines. We'll present ideal hardware configurations and discuss common pitfalls for new deployments. The course also includes an overview of the MongoDB CRUD API, the command shell, and the drivers.

The normal price of the course is $1695, but for our first sessions in San Francisco or New York City, we are offering a special introductory price of $895/person The courses are limited to 10 attendees, so register now to secure your space.

New York MongoDB for Administrators Training
September 16 & 17, 9:30am-5:30pm
The New York City training will be conducted by Kyle Banker and held at Gilt Groupe’s offices on Park Avenue and 32nd Street. Kyle is a Software Engineer at 10gen where he maintains the MongoDB Ruby Driver and supports the Ruby developer community. He’s also the author of the forthcoming book MongoDB in Action, to be published by year’s end.
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San Francisco MongoDB for Administrators Training
September 28 & 29, 9am-5pm
The San Francisco training will be conducted by Mathias Stearn and held at ExecuTrain’s Embarcadero location, one block from BART. Mathias is a Software Engineer at 10gen where he works on the core MongoDB server and maintains the C++ language driver.
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Have questions? If you have additional questions about our training programs, you can speak with our sales team or one of the instructors by calling 1-866-237-8815 or emailing info@mongodb.com.

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