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Skills Matter and 10gen are very pleased to announce the popular MongoUK conference IS BACK
- coming to London on September 19th! MongoUK is a one-day conference dedicated to the open source, non-relational database MongoDB. We are still working on the programme, but feature both introductory and advanced talks on MongoDB schema design, indexing, administration, replication, sharding... (follow #mongouk for programme updates). Find out more here
MongoDB for Administrators and Operations
course covers everything a database administrator needs to know to
successfully deploy and maintain MongoDB databases and shard clusters.
In addition to deployment and maintenance, course topics will include
diagnosing performance issues, importing and exporting data, and
establishing the proper backup and restore routines. We'll present ideal
hardware configurations and discuss common pitfalls for new
deployments. The course also includes an overview of the MongoDB CRUD
API, the command shell, and the drivers. Find out more here
MongoDB for Developers
This two-day course spans the MongoDB gamut, covering CRUD, schema design, performance tuning, map-reduce, replication, and sharding.
This course prepares you to:
- Understand the MongoDB command shell, query API, and driver tools.
- Design schemas that take advantage of the document data model and of MongoDB’s core features.
- Understand how typical RDBMS schemas can be migrated to MongoDB.
- Build efficient indexes and troubleshoot slow queries.
- Configure both master/slave replication and replica sets.
- Determine when to set up a shard cluster and how to configure it.
- Troubleshoot common issues and failure scenarios.
Find out more here
NoSQL eXchange 2011
Skills Matter is hosting the first annual NoSQL eXchange this November. Jim Webber has kindly agreed to be the Programme Lead for this conference, and together we are working on a plan for 7 speaker slots in one day -- featuring talks covering MongoDB/CouchDB, Cassandra, Riak, and Neo4J. Follow #nosqlx for programme updates, and find out more here