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Why NoSQL for Startups

When you need to model data, is your first instinct to start breaking it down into rows and columns?

When you want to develop apps in a modern, agile way, NoSQL databases can be the best option.

As a startup, you're probably interested in spending more time on shipping features than managing your database.

MongoDB is a document database (a type of NoSQL database) that is easy to learn, use in development, and scale.

Register now to learn how to take advantage of all that NoSQL databases have to offer and discover the benefits of changing your mindset from the legacy, tabular way of modeling data.

For a startup as innovative as yours, this educational webinar will get you up to speed.

We will discuss:

  • What is NoSQL?
  • How terms and concepts in MongoDB relate to those in relational databases
  • The benefits of MongoDB for startups
  • The 3 key ways you need to change your mindset to successfully use MongoDB for your startup
  • and more!

About the speaker: Lauren Hayward Schaefer is a staff developer advocate at MongoDB. She began her career as a software engineer for IBM where she held a variety of roles including full-stack developer, test automation specialist, social media lead, and growth hacking engineer. She is an international speaker who is skilled in taking hard-to-understand topics and making them seem simple. Lauren holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from North Carolina State University and is the co-inventor of thirteen issued United States patents.

What is MongoDB Atlas?

MongoDB Atlas is the global cloud database for modern applications. Distributed and secure by default, Atlas is available as a fully managed service on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. MongoDB Atlas is free to start for learning, prototyping and early development.


Did you know this webinar is part of an educational series?

Check it out - Scaling Your Startup with MongoDB Atlas: A Series

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Why NoSQL for Startups

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When you need to model data, is your first instinct to start breaking it down into rows and columns?

When you want to develop apps in a modern, agile way, NoSQL databases can be the best option.

As a startup, you're probably interested in spending more time on shipping features than managing your database.

MongoDB is a document database (a type of NoSQL database) that is easy to learn, use in development, and scale.

Register now to learn how to take advantage of all that NoSQL databases have to offer and discover the benefits of changing your mindset from the legacy, tabular way of modeling data.

For a startup as innovative as yours, this educational webinar will get you up to speed.

We will discuss:

  • What is NoSQL?
  • How terms and concepts in MongoDB relate to those in relational databases
  • The benefits of MongoDB for startups
  • The 3 key ways you need to change your mindset to successfully use MongoDB for your startup
  • and more!

About the speaker: Lauren Hayward Schaefer is a staff developer advocate at MongoDB. She began her career as a software engineer for IBM where she held a variety of roles including full-stack developer, test automation specialist, social media lead, and growth hacking engineer. She is an international speaker who is skilled in taking hard-to-understand topics and making them seem simple. Lauren holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from North Carolina State University and is the co-inventor of thirteen issued United States patents.

What is MongoDB Atlas?

MongoDB Atlas is the global cloud database for modern applications. Distributed and secure by default, Atlas is available as a fully managed service on AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. MongoDB Atlas is free to start for learning, prototyping and early development.


Did you know this webinar is part of an educational series?

Check it out - Scaling Your Startup with MongoDB Atlas: A Series

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