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This year MongoDB Europe 2016 will be in London on 15 November. We're bringing together Europe's top MongoDB users, experts, and success stories in the fantastic surroundings of Old Billingsgate, London.
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Debugging MongoDB Performance
Who’s Helping Themselves To Your Data? Demystifying MongoDB’s Security Capabilities
Big Data Meets Big Compute: Connecting MongoDB and Spark for Fun and Profit
Ops Manager and Cloud Manager
Building Wired Tiger
ETL for Pros: Getting Data into MongoDB the Right Way
Powering Microservices with Docker, Kubernetes, and Kafka
Distributed Ledgers, Blockchain + MongoDB
Smart Strategies for Resilient Applications
Advanced MongoDB Aggregation Pipelines
The Rise of the Data Lake
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