Your MongoDB deployment is growing, but are you prepared for that growth? Capacity planning is an essential practice when deploying any database system. You need to understand your usage patterns and determine the appropriate hardware based on your application's needs. Scaling reads and scaling writes will require different types of resources. With the proper tools in place, you can understand your working set, gain visibility into when it's time to add resources or start sharding and avoid performance issues. In this session, you'll learn how to use MongoDB Management Service and other tools to identify patterns and predict growth, ensuring your success with MongoDB.
Sam Weaver: About the speaker
Sam Weaver is the Product Manager for Developer Experience at MongoDB based in New York. Prior to MongoDB, he worked at Red Hat doing technical presales on Linux, Virtualisation and Middleware. Originally from Cheltenham, England; he received his Bachelors in Computer Science from Cardiff University. Sam has also cycled from London to Paris, competed in several extreme sports tournaments such as ToughMudder, and swam with great white sharks.