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MongoDB and MEAN NoSQL Presentations

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MongoDB and MEAN NoSQL Presentations

MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database in the market today. If you make it through all of these presentations you will have a deep understanding of many topics specific to MongoDB and to NoSQL in general.

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RavenDB vs MongoDB: Which is Better? This White Paper compares the two leading NoSQL Document Databases on 9 features to find out which is the best solution for your next project.  

MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database in the market today. It is also so popular that it ranks above a number of SQL databases and is very wide spread.

For those who could not attend MongoDB World 2015 in NYC, you can check out all the presentations here.

A major topic of interest is how to migrate from your existing RDBMS to MongoDB, this presentation shows you how to fonddo just that.

The MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, NodeJS) stack is a great new development package for rapid web heredevelopment, this presentation will get you started.

ADP is an enterprise that is using MongoDB in a big way, proving that this NOSQL store is not just for startherehereups.

MongoDB has some cool features that remind me of what I love from MYSQL, different storage engines.   I am very fond of WiredTiger and /dev/null.

For MongoDB DBAs in training, here is how to start. If you are new to MongoDB as a developer, start here and here.

MongoDB can be used for serious software development, the excellent open source distributed task service, Chapman uses MongoDB.

NoSQL databases tend to work well with others including other databases. This excellent presentation shows how to use Redis with MongoDB for big data purposes.

Encrypted data stores are very interesting and not often well-represented. The following presentation tells about the encrypted store for MongoDB.

NoSQLs are very flexible and allow for many options in the way they are configured and how data is stored.   Using a few smart techniques you can optimize your MongoDB database.

Finally, Mongodb 3.2 has a number of interesting updates listed here.

If you make it through all of these presentations you will have a deep understanding of many topics specific to MongoDB and to NoSQL in general.

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mongodb ,nosql ,wiredtiger ,redis

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