September Austin MongoDB User Group

September 14, 2017

Join the MongoDB team in Austin to learn more about the move from relational databases to MongoDB.

We'll give an overview of the differences between MongoDB and traditional RDBMS, along with best practices for migrating existing workloads to MongoDB. You'll also hear from one of our customers who will walk through their migration to MongoDB.

Enjoy beer, soda, and Barbecue, along with lots of opportunities to get your questions answered. Registration is free, but space is limited. Register now to claim your seat!

Details
September 14, 2017
Galvanize
119 Nueces St,
Austin, TX 78701
6:00-9:00pm


What To Expect

  • Learn tips and tricks for a successful migration and implementation of MongoDB
  • Identify the differences between MongoDB and RDBMS
  • Network with MongoDB engineers and fellow technologists in your local community

Agenda:

6:00pm Barbecue, Beer & Soft Drinks
6:30pmMigrating from SQL to MongoDB
David Lutz, Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Modern day application engineering demands persistence of complex and dynamic shapes of data to match the highly flexible and powerful languages used in today's software landscape. Traditional approaches to solution development with RDBMS increasingly expose the gap between the ease of use of modern development languages and the relational data model. In this presentation, we will explore how the MongoDB programming model and APIs transform the way developers interact with a database. You will learn more about the document model, MongoDB’s flexible and durable architecture and get insight into best practices for migrating from SQL to MongoDB.
7:00pmFrom RDBMS to the MongoDB Cloud
Reggie Crawford, Director, Information Systems and Technology
Texas American Resources Company
7:45pmQ&A with MongoDB Experts