MongoDB Helps Bring New Era of Safety and Autonomous Driving to Continental AG
Continental have a bold vision, Vision Zero, aiming for zero fatalities or accidents on roads. Find out how the use MongoDB as part of their plan to make that a reality.
Creating the material world through data, one million inventions at a time
How Bremen University use MongoDB in their quest to discover the next generation of materials and investigate their properties.
How Predii Rapidly Produces Predictive Analytics Tools for IoT with MongoDB
Predii turned to MongoDB to build a solution that enables its customers to process huge volumes of sensor data, technical manuals and service orders and then expose it to machine learning processes and extract actionable insights. Find out how it all works.
Playback: How Cisco Deploys MongoDB For High Volume Time Series Data Streams
Playback is where the MongoDB blog brings you selected talks from around the world and around the industry. Here, we continue show-casing the great talks at MongoDB World 2018 from people running MongoDB in production and at scale. The Network Assurance Engine team at Cisco Systems have a lot of experience with time series data and MongoDB. Larger network fabrics generate 12 million time series data points every hour and all of those data points need to be analyzed to ensure that the network and its applications are working correctly,
Automating away IT operations: How Oakbrook Finance runs Likely Loans on Microservices and MongoDB Atlas
Matt Bettinson really likes automation. He likes it when things just work. Matt's an infrastructure engineer, which means he's part of the team that is responsible for building and managing the technology platform that allows hundreds of thousands of people to responsibly seek financial support from Oakbrook Finance and its flagship product Likely Loans. As you can imagine, it's not a simple job and a couple of years back Matt's team had a problem: time. There wasn't enough of it.
Playback: How Cisco Migrated a Mission-Critical Application to MongoDB - MongoDB World 2018
How do you migrate from an RDBMS to MongoDB and get a 5x improvement in performance? In this presentation, Managing a Mission Critical eCommerce Application on MongoDB: Architecture, Cisco's Rama Arumugam and Nayeem Khaja talk about how they did just that.
Building an AI-powered workplace ticketing system on MongoDB Atlas at Spoke
At every company, workplace teams are flooded with hundreds of questions on a daily basis. Support ticket platform, Spoke, aims to drastically simplify managing and responding to these time consuming queries. But Spoke goes beyond traditional ticketing with their friendly, AI-powered chatbot that gives workplace teams hours of time back as it automatically responds to questions on Slack, email, SMS, and web. And the more employees ask, the more Spoke learns.
Playback: Creating Operational Data Stores with Atlas and Stitch at Acxiom - MongoDB World 2018
Who wants to spend their time manipulating relational databases to be flexible about the data they store? And who would want to have a complicated and richly ticketed deployment process for each new client? Wouldn't it be great if MongoDB Atlas and Stitch could help make all that go away? That was the challenge that Acxiom's Scott Jones and Karen Wilson talked about in their MongoDB World 2018 presentation...
Playback: 3000 mongod nodes, 100 MongoDB clusters and automating with Ops Manager - MongoDB World 2018
Travel technology company Amadeus IT Group run some 100 MongoDB clusters with around 3000 mongod nodes. Some of those clusters have over 120 shards alone and at that scale, you need all the automation you can get your hands on. For Arkadiusz Borucki, Senior Service Reliability Engineer at Amadeus, that means using MongoDB Ops Manager as part of a completely automated environment. In his talk at MongoDB World 2018, he takes us through the range of technologies involved in that environment.
SynapseFI: Simplifying Banking For All With MongoDB Atlas
When your mission is to simplify banking and enable other companies to build the best-in-class financial product, you'll need to be fast, flexible and always ready to evolve. That's the business that SynapseFI is in, providing its customers with a wide variety of fast, easy and electronic financial services: sending and receiving payments, opening deposit accounts, white-labeled physical or virtual debit and credit cards, consumer and business loans, and much more. SynapseFI, with its fintech partners, has handled a total of $10 billion in transactions for close to 1.8 million end users to date.