The information and communications technology industries contribute to over 2.8% of the total greenhouse gas emissions in the world, on par with the aviation sector. However, it also has the potential to reduce 20% of the global emissions by 2030. While developers have long been driven by metrics such as performance, availability, and cost, it has now become imperative to add sustainability to that list. In this talk, learn how to build sustainable software architectures with MongoDB by shifting workloads to greener infrastructure, optimizing resource provisioning, reducing the compute power required for data access with flexible data models, and start making a difference, today.
NoSQL isn't just a database. It's a new way of thinking about data. Traditional RDBMS has been baked into software development for decades. Moving development organizations from RDBMS to NoSQL means overcoming technology momentum and the natural bias to use solutions that are already well understood. Prior to joining MongoDB, Rick Houlihan led the NoSQL Blackbelt team for Amazon during their migration from RDBMS to NoSQL. This session is designed to introduce developers, technologists, and technical decision-makers to the NoSQL mindset and explore the design patterns and best practices developed by Rick and his team during that process. Join him for this insightful session that breaks down NoSQL data modeling for real-world workloads and dives deep into the core value of MongoDB for both SDEs and product stakeholders.
The success of an application—and even the organization—depend upon maintaining the security of its data and keeping it out of others’ hands. This presentation highlights the challenges for developers trying to ensure application data is secure and avoid breaches when hosted in the public cloud. Cloud identity and access models are complex and differ between vendors, so retaining the visibility of access to resources within these ever-changing systems is demanding. This can be a make-or-break in the fast-evolving digital landscape. Using MongoDB Atlas to manage your data, utilise industry-leading security, and access technologies may be compelling reasons for you to switch your applications now.