When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
MongoDB is an immensely popular database that has become the go-to database in many organizations. MongoDB is a revolutionary NoSQL database, preferring a flexible document-oriented approach for...Read More
MongoDB is an immensely popular database that has become the go-to database in many organizations. MongoDB is a revolutionary NoSQL database, preferring a flexible document-oriented approach for organizing data rather than the traditional fixed-schema tabular model. With its robust durability and scalability mechanisms, MongoDB became popular for workloads of any size. Beyond basic MongoDB concepts, this course covers specific topics important to those charged with running, monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting MongoDB clusters.
Attendees will leave with everything required to build, configure and run MongoDB clusters. They will have the skills necessary to design, build and run MongoDB tuned to provide high availability, automatic failover, and scale-out sharded clusters. Attendees will learn critical understanding and techniques required for troubleshooting and performance tuning of queries and the server, as well as performing routine maintenance tasks.
The audience for this class is DBA, DevOps, System Administrators and any other engineering personnel interested in learning about running, managing, and troubleshooting MongoDB databases and clusters.
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