Getting Started with MongoDB - Live Webinars
Ready to get started with MongoDB Atlas? Join us for two live webinars to get an intro to MongoDB and learn the basics of data modeling. There are 4 options for each of the sessions, so you can choose the time that works best for you. Session 1: Intro to MongoDB (Tuesdays at 11am EDT) In this session you will learn how document databases work and watch a live demo of how to set up your Atlas cluster. You will learn how to: Create your first Cluster Add an IP address Add Database users Load sample data using the ecommerce app Connect to the database Session 2: Data Modeling w/ MongoDB (Thursdays at 11am EDT) In this session, we will give you an introduction to modeling data in MongoDB. You can expect to learn: How MongoDB is different from SQL databases How to model simple data relationships The difference between embedding vs. linking Real world examples of data modeling ranging from simple to complex
Building Modern Microservices Apps with MongoDB on Google Cloud Hong Kong
Many organizations are building their applications around microservices architectures because of the flexibility, speed of delivery and maintainability they deliver. MongoDB & Google Cloud offer a differentiated set of features that makes it easier for organizations to develop and deploy microservices-based applications, enabling them to innovate faster, and meet today’s demanding development and delivery challenges. Sign up for this webinar to get an introduction to the concepts behind microservices, and learn how to implement a microservices architecture using MongoDB and Google Cloud. Agenda includes: Why MongoDB & Google Cloud are a good fit for Microservices How to implement a microservices architecture using MongoDB and Kubernetes Overview of Google Cloud Microservices Webinar Details : Date: Thursday, September 30 Time: 14:00 - 15:00 HKT Speaker: Cathlon Lau, Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB Ridge Xu, Partner Engineer, Google Cloud Language: Cantonese
MongoDB Application Data Platform Webinar Series Hong Kong
14:00 - 15:00, every two weeks on Wednesday When we look at a typical application data architecture today, we see a sprawl of complexity because most data technologies are really quite narrow in scope, so you end up with a collection of niche databases -- a separate technology to handle search, another one to handle data on devices, and yet another technology for doing analytics. Most of the time, all this is cobbled together with custom integration code, the complexity of which creates a frustrating and increasingly fragmented developer experience. Teams are forced to learn and maintain an expanding number of technologies just to be able to get to market and deliver on user expectations. . This tech sprawl is also difficult to operationalize and secure as it leads to more silos, more integration work, and more data duplication all around. How does MongoDB’s application data platform address all these complicated problems? Join us for our upcoming MongoDB Application Data Platform Webinar Series, where we will feature several MongoDB customers and “power users” with typical MongoDB deployments, elaborating on how they maximize MongoDB’s capabilities to facilitate their digital transformation and execute on business initiatives. Webinar Series Details : Language: Cantonese Dates & Guest Customer Speakers: Session 1 - October 6 , how AIA rides on MongoDB Flexible schema, Eason Lai, Head of Digital Solution Architecture, AIA Hong Kong & Macau Session 2 - October 20 , How MongoDB transaction function helps Shopline build eComm platform, Ronald Li, Engineering Director, SHOPLINE Session 3 - November 3 , See how the viuTV team is running a database with features like auto-scaling for storage and compute, Roger Lau, Technical Head of Digital, ViuTV Session 4 - Novebmer 17 , more to come Session 5 - December 1 , more to come Session 6 - December 15 , more to come By registering once, you will be able to join all the 6 sessions of this ADP series.
Expectation versus reality for payments data monetisation
Identifying the data-led services corporates want Despite the vast amount of payments data that banks sit on, the ability to use it to add value to corporate clients and generate revenue has proved elusive. There is now a concerted effort to address this challenge. Banks are reconceptualising data as a “strategic asset”, and investment in initiatives to monetise payments data has doubled in the past year. But for these to be successful, it is crucial to understand where the concrete opportunities lie, how potential can be translated into action, and the considerations that should be taken into account. Using the results of new primary research conducted by leading industry analyst house, Celent, and commissioned by Icon Solutions and MongoDB, will deliver fresh insight to better understand respective strategies, pain points and challenges, and the specific services that will enable banks to monetise data. Join us for this session on October 5th at 11am BST where we will be joined by the following industry experts: Toine van Beusekom, Strategy Director, Payments at Icon Solutions Boris Bialek, Global Head of Enterprise Modernization at MongoDB Kieran Hines, Senior Analyst at Celent Krystle Ritchens, Executive Director, Head of EMEA Payments Industry, Regulatory, and Network at J.P. Morgan Moderated by Ali Paterson, Director at Fintech Finance You can download the research report here. By filling in this form you are agreeing to MongoDB sharing your details with Icon Solutions who participated in this discussion.
MongoDB vs Imitators: Why Choose MongoDB
9am PT | 12pm ET MongoDB is a general-purpose, multi-model database that supports modern, mission-critical applications around the globe. Developers have consistently ranked MongoDB as one of the most wanted databases, which has led other database providers to emulate the MongoDB API for their users. Cosmos DB is a prominent example of this, although it does not offer the same ease of use, performance, or functionality. In this webinar, we will explore the key differences between MongoDB and the Cosmos DB API emulator for MongoDB to help you decide which database is right for your applications. During the session we will be covering: MongoDB technology fundamentals, including data modeling using the document model and MongoDB architecture Introduction to MongoDB Atlas, our cloud-based application data platform A comparative analysis of MongoDB and Cosmos DB including queries, performance, deployment, management, scalability, monitoring, backup and recovery, and total cost of ownership How to seamlessly migrate from Cosmos DB to MongoDB Customer stories and use-cases Register to find out more!
MongoDB vs Imitators: Why Choose MongoDB
9am BST | 1:30pm IST | 4pm SGT MongoDB is a general-purpose, multi-model database that supports modern, mission-critical applications around the globe. Developers have consistently ranked MongoDB as one of the most wanted databases, which has led other database providers to emulate the MongoDB API for their users. Cosmos DB is a prominent example of this, although it does not offer the same ease of use, performance, or functionality. In this webinar, we will explore the key differences between MongoDB and the Cosmos DB API emulator for MongoDB to help you decide which database is right for your applications. During the session we will be covering: MongoDB technology fundamentals, including data modeling using the document model and MongoDB architecture Introduction to MongoDB Atlas, our cloud-based application data platform A comparative analysis of MongoDB and Cosmos DB including queries, performance, deployment, management, scalability, monitoring, backup and recovery, and total cost of ownership How to seamlessly migrate from Cosmos DB to MongoDB Customer stories and use-cases Register to find out more!
Data Modelling & Schema Design Patterns
11AM BST | 2PM GST MongoDB's dynamic schemas allow you to optimise your schemas based on the design models of your applications. But this power requires a lot of responsibility. We have found that many performance issues in MongoDB applications stem from a poor understanding of schema design. MongoDB provides an extremely flexible document template for your use. At the same time, the data model you are designing can dramatically speed up or slow down your application. In this session we will cover: Introduction & Schema Design overview and consideration Linking or Embedding? Dynamic Schema Modeling methodology (flexible methodology) Overview Patterns Polymorphic pattern Schema versioning pattern Attribute pattern Bucket pattern Subset pattern Wrap up and Q&A
MongoDB Security Authentication & Authorization Workshop
12pm EST | 9am PST | 5pm BST Is the protection of your organization’s data keeping you up at night? Quickly ramp up on implementing MongoDB database authentication during this free workshop. During this session, you’ll participate in hands on workshop followed by a live Q&A with MongoDB University Curriculum Engineer, Matt Javaly. Walk away with skills you can immediately apply to securing your database from passive attackers. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get hands on practice and all of your questions answered, directly from the course! We recommend you complete the course M001: MongoDB Basics for this workshop. This will also be a cameras off session where you can ask the instructor questions using Zoom Q&A. Register by filling out the form.
Building Faster with MongoDB Atlas eWorkshop
9.30 am - 12.30 pm BST We are excited to invite you to the Building Faster with MongoDB Atlas eWorkshop on June 23rd! The session will be around MongoDB Atlas best practices and hands-on training. The exclusive eWorkshop will teach you best-in-class automation and proven practices that guarantee availability, scalability, and compliance with the most demanding data security and privacy standards. Learn why MongoDB Atlas is the global cloud database service for modern applications during this session! Join our eWorkshop to see how MongoDB Atlas helps make your business faster, more flexible and productive. During the eWorkshop you'll learn: How to create a database using MongoDB Atlas How to deploy a MongoDB Multi-Cluster in minutes How to create indexes and learn about general index building guidelines How to create aggregation pipeline queries How to use MongoDB Charts and create visual representations of your data You can learn more about MongoDB by reading the Introduction to MongoDB manual and by enrolling on an online MongoDB University course .