Webinar: Build an Application Series - Session 3 - Interacting with the database
Thursday February 20th 3:00pm GMT
Join us for the third session in our eight-part webinar series on "Building an application with MongoDB" to learn best practices, tips and tricks from our Solution Architects and learn how easy it is to start building applications with MongoDB.
This session - presented by Daniel Roberts, Solutions Architect at MongoDB - will discuss queries and updates and the interaction between an application and a database.
Next in the Series:
March 6th 2014 - Build an Application Series - Session 4 - Indexing This session will focus on indexing strategies for the application, including geo spatial and full text search
March 20th 2014 - Build an Application Series - Session 5 - Reporting in your application This session covers Reporting and Aggregation Framework and Building application usage reports
April 3th 2014 - Operations for your application - Session 6 - Deploying the application By this stage, we will have built the application. Now we need to deploy it. We will discuss architecture for High Availability and scale out
April 17th 2014 - Operations for your application - Session 7 - Backup and DR This webinar will discuss back up and restore options. Learn what you should do in the event of a failure and how to perform a backup and recovery of the data in your applications
May 6th 2014 - Operations for your application - Session 8 - Monitoring and Performance Tuning The final webinar of the series will discuss what metrics are important and how to manage and monitor your application for key performance.
Daniel Roberts: About the speaker
Daniel Roberts is a Solutions Architect based in London. Prior to MongoDB Daniel worked at Oracle for 11 years in a number of different positions, including Oracle's middleware technologies and strategy. Prior roles include consulting, product management, business development and more recently as a solution architect for financial services. Daniel has also worked for Novell, ICL and as a freelance contractor. He has a degree in Computer Science from Nottingham Trent University in the UK.