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Ep. 82 Serverless with Chris Shum

Serverless computing, pioneered by platforms such as AWS Lambda, is a relatively new computing paradigm that developers are increasingly using as a tool for building applications in the cloud. Generally speaking, a solution is serverless if it can automatically and dynamically match compute and storage resources to workload demands. On today's show, Chris Shum, Sr. Product Manager for MongoDB Serverless (available in preview) joins Michael to talk about what Serverless means in the MongoDB context, how it was created and why you should be interested.

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Ep. 81 The Realm JavaScript SDK with Kraen Hansen

Shane McAllister returns to help guide a discussion on the Realm Mobile Database JavaScript SDK with our guest Kraen Hansen.  In this episode, we're talking with Kraen about Realm and JavaScript, its background, features and what's coming in the future. To join the conversation on the MongoDB Community Forums, visit: https://community.mongodb.com To get started with MongoDB Atlas, and MongoDB Realm, visit https://cloud.mongodb.com This episode is brought to you by MongoDB.local - MongoDB.local London is a uniquely hybrid experience offering education, exploration, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person at Evolution London, live from home, or on-demand on your own schedule.  Visit https://events.mongodb.com/dotlocallondon for more information and to register today!

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Ep. 80 Exploring Prisma with Daniel Norman

Prisma is an open source next-generation ORM.  Prisma can be used in any Node.js or TypeScript backend application. This can be a REST API, a GraphQL API, a gRPC API, or anything else that needs a database. Prisma is available for MongoDB in Preview (at the time of this publication.)  Daniel Norman, Developer Advocate at Prisma joins Michael Lynn to chat about Prisma, about ORM's and why you, as a developer may be interested.

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Ep. 79 Atlas Search with Marcus Eagan

Atlas Search makes it easy to add fast, full-text, relevant search capability into your applications. On this episode, we talk with Marcus Eagan, Senior Product Manager for Atlas Search. Marcus gives us a great overview of the search space and discusses Lucene, Solr, and how Atlas Search simplifies the process of adding search to your applications. 

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Ep. 78 Building Kustomer with Jeremy Suriel

In this episode, we talk with Jeremy Suriel, Co-Founder and CTO of Kustomer.  Kustomer is the customer service CRM platform helping contact centers and businesses reimagine service and support in today’s customer-first world. Kustomer enables personalized, efficient and effortless customer and agent experiences by delivering unprecedented views of a customer's history, facilitating continuous omnichannel conversations and using intelligence to automate repetitive tasks and surface knowledge. Kustomer is leveraging a forward-thinking approach to their application and incorporates Node-JS, Microservices, AI, ML and of course, MongoDB. To learn more about the Kustomer platform, visit https://www.kustomer.com. To learn more about career opportunities at Kustomer, visit their careers page at https://www.kustomer.com/careers.

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Ep. 77 A Look at Modern Healthcare Technology Solutions with Luca Vicentini

On this episode of the MongoDB Podcast, we chat with Luca Vicentini, Senior Manager & Cloud Specialist Lead in SDG Group. We discuss how to use MongoDB securely when dealing with healthcare applications. Luca Vicentini, Senior Manager & Cloud Specialist Lead in SDG Group, a Global management consulting firm specialized in Big Data & Analytics, talked with us about DocDot, an in house developed application for continuous health care on a platform enabling telemonitoring, televisit, teleprescription and geolocalization services through a smartphone app thanks to the MongoDB Technology which allowed to manage real-time data in a more efficient and flexible way with a level of security aligned with the market medical standards. Links: https://content.sdggroup.com/en/sdg-group-docdot https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucavicentini/

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Ep. 76 The Role of a MongoDB Consulting Engineer with Eric Reid

Eric Reid is a Principal Consulting Engineer in MongoDB's Professional Services organization and on this episode, we discuss the role of a consulting engineer and how his years in the industry add value to this unique, and challenging role. If you've got a multi-faceted skillset that incorporates various aspects of software development, systems architecture, operations and of course, MongoDB, you may wish to look at this role as possibility.  Learn more about career opportunities and the Consulting Engineer role specifically on MongoDB's Careers Page.

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Ep. 75 Speaking at Your Next Tech Conference with Sven Peters

Speaking at public events such as conferences and tech events is a great way to raise your profile, demonstrate things you've learned and teach others. On today's show, we chat with Sven Peters of MongoDB's Developer Relations team as well as several professionals with years of professional public speaking experience. Today's show is jam-packed with tips, guidance, and resources to help you improve your public speaking, or get ready for your first public speaking event. We kick things off with one of the most impactful, and powerful public speakers I know... Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO of MongoDB sharing his experience and tips around public speaking. Resources: MongoDB Community Speaker Program: https://www.mongodb.com/developer/community/speaker-program/ Apply for the MongoDB Speaker Grant: https://www.mongodb.com/developer/community/community-speaker-grant/ MongoDB University Course - Crafting Conference Abstracts: https://university.mongodb.com/courses/T101/about Find Sven on Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/svenpet Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/svenpeters73/?originalSubdomain=de Thanks to our guest contributors: Dev Ittycheria - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dittycheria/ Andres Almiray  - https://www.linkedin.com/in/aalmiray/ Holly Cummins - https://www.linkedin.com/in/holly-k-cummins/ Ix-chel Ruiz - http://www.ixchelruiz.com/  

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Ep. 74 Thinking Diagnostically with Danny Hatcher

Ever get so bogged down with a problem that you feel like there's no way out? Or, like there's got to be a more systematic approach to solving problems? Well, on today's episode, we're talking with Danny Hatcher who has developed a course to teach you how to solve problems with a systematic approach to diagnosis and troubleshooting.  The course, M112, is available for free on MongoDB University and you can get started today!

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Ep. 73 Saving Lives and Improving Fire Rescue with Tablet Command and MongoDB

Fire departments and fire rescue professionals are facing unprecedented volumes of incidents in an ever-increasing battle to save lives. Every year, there’s an average of 358,300 home-based fires.  In 2017, there were at least 1,319,500 fires (wildfire, house fire, and commercial) in the United States that resulted in 3,400 deaths. Fire departments and fire services responded to fires in the United States every 24 seconds in 2018. Tablet Command is a mobile incident command and response solution that increases situational awareness, speeds incident response, streamlines incident management and improves firefighter accountability. ...  Tablet Command leverages MongoDB Atlas, automated scalability, automated backups and through our partnership with AWS, they’ve achieved seamless, native high availability and scalability. In this episode, Jesse, and Nic chat with Will Pigeon, CTO of Tablet Command to explore how they're leveraging the MongoDB Platform for their incident command response solution that's helping to save countless lives and improving the efficiency and safety of fire rescue professionals.

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Ep. 72 Exploring 5G Edge Computing with Robbie Belson of Verizon

The network edge has been one of the most explosive cloud computing opportunities in recent years. As mobile contactless experiences become the norm and as businesses move ever-faster to digital platforms and services, edge computing is positioned as a faster, cheaper, and more reliable alternative for data processing and compute at scale. While mobile devices continue to increase their hardware capabilities with built-in GPUs, custom chipsets, and more storage, even the most cutting-edge devices will suffer the same fundamental problem: each device serves as a single point of failure and, thus, cannot effectively serve as a persistent data storage layer. Said differently, wouldn’t it be nice to have the high-availability of the cloud but with the topological distance to your end users of the smartphone? Mobile edge computing promises to precisely address this problem—bringing low latency compute to the edge of networks with the high-availability and scale of cloud computing. Through Verizon 5G Edge with AWS Wavelength, we saw the opportunity to explore how to take existing compute-intensive workflows and overlay a data persistence layer with MongoDB, utilizing the MongoDB Atlas management platform, to enable ultra-immersive experiences with personalized experience—reliant on existing database structures in the parent region with the seamlessness to extend to the network edge. In this episode, we welcome Robbie Belson of Verizon to help us understand this fascinating landscape and its potential. If you're curious about how 5G, and Mobile Edge Computing and the impact it can have on your applications, listen in and check out an in-depth article on the topic on the MongoDB Developer Hub: https://www.mongodb.com/developer/how-to/real-time-data-architectures-with-mongodb-cloud-manager-and-verizon-5g-edge/  

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Ep. 71 The Intern Episode

Today's episode was written, produced and edited by participants in the MongoDB Internship Program. Special thanks to:  Anaiya Raisinghani Devin O'Keefe Kelly Rudder Sylvia Cruz-Albrecht   The MongoDB Internship Program allows students the opportunity to collaborate with full time engineers, doing work that truly matters. We’re seeking curious minds to help us build the most modern and productive database platform and our application process for Summer 2022 internships will kick off in September 2021.   If you're in the process of receiving a Bachelor’s or Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related field and want to learn more about internship opportunities at MongoDB, please visit "www.mongodb.com/careers/departments/college-students.

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