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Ep. 60 Securing MongoDB using Authorization and Authentication with Matt Javaly

18 min • Published Jun 16, 2021
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Enabling access control on a MongoDB deployment enforces authentication, requiring users to identify themselves. When accessing a MongoDB deployment that has access control enabled, users can only perform actions as determined by their roles. In this episode, we're joined by Matt Javaly, Curriculum Software Engineer at MongoDB University who talks to us about Authentication and Authorization and about a brand new course he created that shows developers how to secure MongoDB using access and auth.

For more information about this course, visit MongoDB University.

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