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Ep. 154 Launching Your App to the Next Level with In-App Analytics and MongoDB
In this podcast episode, the host interviews Jay Runkel, Distinguished Solutions Architect at MongoDB, about application-driven analytics. Traditionally, analytics were done in batches by a special-purpose data warehousing analytical tool. However, with app-driven analytics, the application provides real-time visibility into what is happening right now. MongoDB is uniquely positioned in this arena due to its powerful query language and distributed architecture. MongoDB's distributed architecture allows users to dedicate certain nodes to analytics and other nodes to operational queries. MongoDB's Atlas platform also allows users to easily add dedicated analytical nodes, which can be configured separately from the nodes that handle operational queries. This is beneficial from a cost perspective because users can choose to allocate resources as needed for different types of queries.
Ep. 153 MongoDB University with Eoin Brazil
This episode is all about learning, or more specifically, learning on the new relaunched MongoDB University site. For those that have listening to the live podcast episodes from MongoDB .Local London back in November, you will recall how the revamped MongoDB University was one of the major Keynote announcements there. Today, to learn more about this, I’m joined by Eoin Brazil, who was formerly a Curriculum Engineer, and is now a staff engineer here at MongoDB and acts as a Technical Advisor for all MongoDB’s educational programmes. In this role, as we’ll hear, he was closely involved in the design & development of the new MongoDB University and he led the much of the new MongoDB Labs features. So let’s join Eoin, to hear all about it.
Ep. 152 Data Tiering using Online Archive with Prem Krishna
Join us for an insightful episode of the MongoDB Podcast where we explore how to optimize cost and performance with data tiering using MongoDB Atlas Online Archive. Our guest, Prem Krishna, Product Manager at MongoDB, shares how developers and operations teams can take advantage of this powerful feature to save money, boost performance, and seamlessly manage their data. You'll learn practical tips and real-world examples of how MongoDB Atlas Online Archive can help you scale your applications with ease, so tune in and get ready to level up your data management game!
Ep. 151 Streamlining Game Development with Beamable CTO Ali El Rhermoul: Insights and Strategies for Game Developers
The podcast features Beamable CTO Ali El Rhermoul who discusses game development and deployment. He shares his insights and perspectives on the latest trends and challenges facing game developers today, including the impact of new technologies on the game development process and strategies used by successful game developers. The podcast offers a wealth of knowledge and inspiration for anyone interested in game technology.
Ep. 150 MongoDB Live from .Local London with James Miles, Anand Sanghani & Pierre Petersson
On this episode, we speak with not 1, but 3 guests, all solutions architects with MongoDB. Solutions architects help our customers use MongoDB in the best way and our topics today run through the Principles of Data Modelling, our newly announced Relational Migrator Tool, and Client Side Field Level Encryption (CSFLE). Our first guest is James Milles. James talks to us about the Principles of data modelling, the considerations to take into account in defining your data model and he outlines how a data model can evolve over time and the reasons for why and how your data model may change and evolve. After James, we have Anand Sanghani. Anand talks to us about the newly announced MongoDB Relational Migrator (which Mark Porter, MongoDB’s CTO, also talked about in Episode 145) and how it makes it easier for people to work with data, particularly legacy relation technologies and also the challenges they face moving off a relational stack. Finally we have, Pierre Petersson who joins me to talk about Encryption, in particular, MongoDB’s Client Side Field Level Encryption in multi cloud environments. Pierre discusses how MongoDB’s approach helps manage encryption keys in a cloud agnostic way & we briefly dive into queryable encryption which was also announced at MongoDB .Local London.
Ep 149 Unlocking the Power of Blockchain for Business Analytics with Playgrounds CEO Tachi
In this episode, Michael Lynn sits down with Tachi, CEO of Playgrounds Analytics to discuss the impact of blockchain technology on business and analytics. Playgrounds is a data integration and solution provider that makes it easy for people to access and integrate blockchain data for their analytics needs through their user-friendly platform called Maestro. This episode discusses how Playgrounds is changing the game for blockchain data integration and analytics by enabling users to interface with multiple blockchain networks and easily search for data models to answer business questions.
Ep. 148 Live from .Local London with Carlos Castro & Wojciech Witoszynski
Another podcast (our 3rd) in our live recordings from MongoDB .Local London. This episode, we’ve not one, but two guests - Wojciech & Carlos. Wojciech talks about building a simple trading app - how they work, the algorithmic rules and how he uses both MongoDB TimeSeries and scheduled triggers and how it takes just under 10 minutes to get a basic app up and running. Carlos uses a personal example to explain the power of building applications with MongoDB in particular using Atlas Severless & Atlas App Services. Carlos explains how he builds a complete backend using all MongoDB’s serverless offerings to create his own Triathlete training app.
Ep. 147 Mobile Makers: Made with Matt
The Mobile Makers series - In this week's episode, Matt Frances, joins us to talk about his pathway into development and how he built an iOS app both to learn and also to open doors into his development career. Matt used the Realm SDK to persist local data on device for his Bookshelf Book Tracker App.
We also introduce the Developer Relations Weekly update.
Ep. 146 Live from .Local London with Ger Hartnett & Peter Fitch
At .local London back in November 2022, some key MongoDB personnel joined as guests on the podcast. This is the 2nd episode and here we've not one, but two guests - Ger Hartnett and Peter Fitch.
With Ger, he talks about how customers scale and also goes briefly into the engineering behind building MongoDB before diving into patterns for tuning MongoDB performance and scalability, in which, due to time constraints, we pick out just 2 to concentrate on - Indexing & Hunting Bottlenecks!
With Peter, it's all about his talk on how to get more out of Aggregations. Peter delves deeper into the possibilities of MongoDB’s Aggregation Framework using real-world examples and illustrates powerful operators that cut down on custom code and reduce time to data insights, and thus maximize developer productivity.
Ep. 145 MongoDB .Local London with Mark Porter
On November 15th, MongoDB held one of it's .Local events in London and we took the chance of having so many key MongoDB personnel in one place to get them as guests on the MongoDB podcast! So, in this first .Local episode we air a live interview with none other than Mr. Mark Porter, CTO of MongoDB. Mark and Shane sit down to talk about what had been announced during his Keynote talk earlier that day, and, as you’ll hear, plenty of other topics too.