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Ep. 116 The MongoDB World Series - Vatsal Singhal from Ultrahuman

31 min • Published Jun 29, 2022
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MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate and host, Mike Lynn chats with Founder and CTO of Ultrahuman, Vatsal Singhal at the MongoDB World event in NYC. Ultrahuman aims to deliver biofeedback that can inform users' health journeys by using a continuous glucose monitor. In today's conversation, the two will discuss how Ultrahuman uses MongoDB products within its database infrastructure, and the ways it brings value to their technology stack. Additionally, Vatsal and Mike will discuss general tips for nutrition and their fitness lifestyles.


Highlights of the conversation include:

  • [09:28] Meet Vatsal Singhal, Founder and CTO of Ultrahuman
  • [11:17] How keto fits into the glucose space, and optimizing your diet and health
  • [12:42] Visibility into health data, biofeedback
  • [13:29] Instant feedback on health lifestyles, and how MongoDB acts as the infrastructure for an alerting mechanism
  • [16:12] Where the 20 versus 80 comes from
  • [17:43] MongoDB as the database for Ultrahuman, and doing more than 2 million transactions a day, generating 2TB of data per day in real time
  • [19:41] Using a continuous glucose monitor to collect body metrics, and MongoDB at the backend to store data securely
  • [23:23] The number of users on Ultrahuman, and the ability to provide health visibility
  • [27:18] Read the label, practical advice
  • [28:32] Glucose first, then heart rate variability, body temperature, heart rate, and sleep
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