MongoDB and the Internet of Things

January 10, 2018

12 PM ET | 9 AM PT

Hype, buzzword, threat; however you want to characterize it, the Internet of Things (IoT) is here.

IoT scenarios that were hypothetical only a few years ago are real today. Still thinking along the line of fleet management and temperature measurements? You’re out. Endless possibilities of IoT applications are surfacing every day, from the connected cow (Yes, seriously) to things that monitor and analyze your daily life. The heart rate monitor on your wrist, connected cars and smart meters are just the beginning. How do our customers capture, analyze and act on this data?

In this webinar, we will discuss architecture of IoT data management solutions and the challenges that arise. We will explore how MongoDB features provide solutions to those problems.

Brandon Newell: About the speaker

Brandon is a senior solutions architect at MongoDB. In addition to his work at MongoDB, Brandon's personal projects involve mini sumo robotics, IoT hardware (Arduino and ESP8266 based microcontrollers), and NodeJS.