Modernization: Replacing Relational Databases with MongoDB
12pm - 1pm CET Boris Bialek, Head of Innovation at MongoDB, will virtually welcome you on the 16th of April during an exclusive webinar on Database Modernization. In this session, we will discuss the conversion of applications from relational databases to the Document model with MongoDB. Based on a practical example from the financial sector, we look into the conversion of that application and the move to the cloud. At the end we introduce the MongoDB Smoke Estimator which allows clients to build a quick strawman for a useful conversion business case. During this webinar, Boris will talk about: Object modelling RDBMS vs Documents How to get started? What do I do with my Hibernate, JQEE, Linq or Entity Framework? How do I get a sizing estimate? Register today! If you cannot join us on the 16th, you can still register yourself and will receive the recording of the webinar afterwards.
Easter Hack 2020
Für alle, die bereits erste Erfahrungen mit MongoDB gesammelt und nicht nur an Easter Eggs, sondern auch an Easter Hacks interessiert sind, veranstalten wir erstmals dieses Jahr am 07. April um 11 Uhr MEZ ein Online Easter Hack! Lernt zusammen mit unserem MongoDB Experten im Rahmen dieser Websession die Grundlagen von MongoDB Atlas kennen, knackt den Code und sichert Euch Eure MongoDB Easter Hack Überraschung! Jetzt registrieren und Euren Platz sichern!
MongoDB Atlas | Cloud Agnostic Online Workshop
MongoDB are offering an online free workshop to get hands-on experience with MongoDB Atlas, the fully-managed cloud database developed by the same people that built MongoDB. Learn how to build modern, event driven applications powered by MongoDB Atlas as a Cloud Agnostic strategy. You will learn all about relevant operational and security best practices, so that you can get started immediately with your own digital transformations.
Building FHIR applications with MongoDB
12pm CST FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is a next-generation standards framework created by HL7 which promises to ease interoperability in the healthcare industry. FHIR provides a means for representing and sharing information among clinicians and organizations in a standard way regardless of the ways local EHRs represent or store the data. FHIR combines the best features of previous standards into a common specification, while being flexible enough to meet needs of a wide variety of use cases within the healthcare ecosystem. FHIR focuses on implementation and uses the latest web technologies to aid rapid adoption. MongoDB and FHIR both natively support the JSON format, the standard extensively used in modern application development due to its ability to support rich data structures and objects prevalent in healthcare, such as patients, claims, policies, and treatments. In this webinar we’ll cover: An overview of our global cloud database platform, MongoDB Atlas How to configure confidential workloads with strong security controls Important HIPAA considerations Concluding with a live code session with the FHIR connector. This webinar is beginner level and best for managers, developers and architects About the presenter: Kenneth White, Security Principal Kenneth White is a security researcher whose work focuses on networks and global systems. Previously, White was Principal Scientist at Washington DC-based Social & Scientific Systems where he led the engineering team that designed and ran global operations and security for the largest clinical trial network in the world, with research centers in over 100 countries. White co-founded CBX Group which provides security services to major organizations including World Health, UNICEF, Doctors without Borders, the US State Department, and BAO Systems. He is a 15+ year veteran in the healthcare and biotech space having led over 45 FDA Part 11 and Part 820 audits and has previously served on the Department of Homeland Security National Working Group on Software Security Assurance. White holds a Masters from Harvard and did his PhD work in neuroscience and cognitive science at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, with applied research in real-time classification and machine learning. His work on network security and forensics and been cited by media including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Reuters, Wired and Nature. His work on applied signal analysis has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. White has served as a technical reviewer for the Software Engineering Institute, and publishes and speaks frequently on computational modeling, security engineering, and trust.
[Webinar] Scale Your Startup with MongoDB
9 am PT | 11 am CT | 12 pm ET | 4 pm GMT Spend time growing your startup, not managing your database. Your time is vitally important so we've created this power-packed webinar to get you up to speed on MongoDB. We'll introduce MongoDB Atlas, our global database service for modern applications, and dive right in to deploying a cluster and sample data, and assigning roles to users so you can begin to collaborate with your team. You'll learn how to: Deploy a Free Tier Cluster Add and Manage Users and Access Deploy Sample Data Connect to the free instance with MongoDB Compass Speaker: Mike Lynn, Director, Principal Developer Advocate You should attend if: You are building a product or service Your startup is Series A or earlier funding stage Register now! Registrants will also receive a recording of the webinar. 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.