Allie Tsuchiya

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Announcing the MongoDB.local SF Session Agenda

At MongoDB.local SF , you can choose from 20+ technical sessions, jumpstarts, and tutorials tailored to a variety of interests and experience levels. MongoDB engineers will cover topics including schema design, analytics, microservices, performance, and more. With the conference less than one month away, it’s never too early to start planning your educational agenda. Check out this sample agenda highlighting top sessions taught by the experts: Jumpstart: Your Introduction to MongoDB New to MongoDB or need a refresher? Start your morning with this jumpstart session to get up to speed on key MongoDB concepts. In this talk we will cover MongoDB foundations that attendees can use to begin their journey in creating new apps. By the end of the talk, members attending should feel prepared for the rest of their time at MongoDB.local SF with essential information on how MongoDB works. Building Your First App with MongoDB Stitch Come learn more about MongoDB Stitch – our new Backend as a Service (BaaS) that makes it easy for developers to create and launch applications across mobile and web platforms. Stitch provides a REST API on top of MongoDB with read, write, and validation rules built in, plus full integration with the services you love. You’ll walk away from this Beginner Level session knowing how Stitch can kickstart your new project or take your existing application to the next level. It’s 10:00 pm: Do You Know Where Your Writes Are? MongoDB 3.6 delivers three new features to help you develop resilient applications: retryable writes, a cluster-wide killOp command, and zombie cursor cleanup. This new cluster-wide concept of user state is the quiet magic that allows you to know, with certainty, the status of your operations. In this Intermediate Level session, we will describe the above features in depth, discuss when and how logical sessions can be used by applications and administrators, and show you how we implemented sessions for large, distributed systems. Powering Microservices with Docker, Kubernetes, Kafka, and MongoDB Organizations are building their applications around microservice architectures because of the flexibility, speed of delivery, and maintainability they deliver. Want to try out MongoDB on your laptop? Execute a single command and you have a lightweight, self-contained sandbox; another command removes all trace when you're done. Replicate your complete application for your development, test, operations, and support teams. This Intermediate Level session introduces you to technologies such as Docker, Kubernetes, and Kafka, which are driving the microservices revolution. Learn about containers and orchestration – and most importantly, how to exploit them for stateful services such as MongoDB. Powerful Analysis with the Aggregation Pipeline Think you need to move your data "elsewhere" to do powerful analysis? Think again. The most efficient way to analyze your data is where it already lives. Complete your day with this Advanced Level session to learn MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline best practices. The MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline has been getting more and more powerful, and using new stages, expressions, and tricks we can do extensive analysis of our data inside MongoDB Server. You can check out the complete list of sessions here and customize your own MongoDB.local SF agenda. Don’t forget to schedule one-on-one consulting with a MongoDB expert and get your swag between sessions. After a full day of MongoDB education, join us for a cocktail reception to celebrate with the team that builds the database. Register now

October 2, 2017

Why Last Year’s Attendees are Coming Back to MongoDB World

We could fill up an entire database with reasons to join us at MongoDB World . But don’t just take our word for it. Read about attendees’ experiences at MongoDB World 2016 and find out why they’re joining us again this year on June 20-21 in Chicago. Explore 80+ sessions and learn from the experts “The "Ask an Expert" booth was informative and the engineer walked me through several different possible solutions to an issue we were having at work.” -- Doug Duncan, Database Administrator “The best lecture I've been to is the Building WiredTiger session. I loved getting to know the internal staff and the decisions made behind the scenes.” -- Dror Asaf, Big Data Developer Connect with community members “My favorite part about #MDBW16 was meeting and interacting with peers in the community. Go for the learning, but take advantage of the spontaneous opportunities that are presented through personal connections!” -- William Finch, Sr Database Manager “Being from Montana, it was the first time I'd ever met anyone else that uses MongoDB in person. It was completely surreal to be surrounded by a room full of people that do what I do, more or less.” -- Joshua Lawrence Austill, Software Engineer Learn best practices “I definitely have more ‘action items’ after this conference than other conferences that I attend because there's so much I want to check in to, read up on, or just learn more about after. I can't wait for this year's edition and hope to meet more of the community!” -- Michael Grayson, Sr Oracle/MongoDB/MySQL Database Administrator Join the fastest-growing database community at MongoDB World 2017 to get the tools you need to build and deploy your giant ideas. View MongoDB World 2017 Keynotes

June 16, 2017

Introducing Keynote Speakers for MongoDB World: Part 2

At this year’s MongoDB World , our all-star lineup of keynotes is so packed that we couldn’t fit them all in one blog post. In addition to comprehensive technical sessions, one-on-one consultations, and networking with industry professionals, join us at MongoDB World to hear from these tech industry leaders. Meet some of our featured keynote speakers: Saška Mojsilović, IBM Fellow & Scientist, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center Saška Mojsilović manages IBM’s Data Science department and is the founder of IBM Science for Social Good. She’s one of the pioneers of business analytics, has authored 100+ publications, and holds 16 patents. Claudio Gosiker, Director, Capability Planning, Controllership, Enterprise Architecture, & Test Automation, Florida Blue Claudio Gosiker has 25 years of experience spanning the insurance, technology, and retail industries. He is an experienced leader, trusted technical advisor, and mentor. Matt Parker, Standup Mathematician Possibly the only person to hold the prestigious title of London Mathematical Society Popular Lecturer while having a sold-out comedy show, Matt is always keen to mix his passions of mathematics and stand-up. He is also a keen rubik’s cube solver, ranking 63,327th in the world. Dev Ittycheria, President & CEO, MongoDB Dev Ittycheria has a unique mix of entrepreneurial, operational, and investing experience. He also serves as an advisor and board member to next-generation software companies. After being inspired by our keynote speakers, strengthen your skills at any of the 80+ sessions. Join us at MongoDB World to learn best practices for using MongoDB, directly from the experts. View MongoDB World 2017 Sessions

June 2, 2017