1 DAY CONFERENCE

MongoUK

Topics covered at #mongouk

Monday, 19th September at The Mermaid Conference & Events Centre, London

9 experts will be speaking. Starts at 9:00 AM.

MongoUK is a one-day conference dedicated to the open source, non-relational database MongoDB.

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Christian Kvalheim: An introduction to the node.js MongoDB driver

Christian Kvalheim gives an introduction to the node.js MongoDB driver

Building web applications with MongoDB: An introduction

Nosh Petigara introduces the features of MongoDB by walking through how one can building a simple location-based checkin application using MongoDB.

Nosh Petigara

Nosh Petigara, Director of Product Strategy, 10gen

Aleks Drozdov: From SQL Server to MongoDB

How The National Archives migrated its data store from SQL Server to Mongo DB and built Service-Oriented Platform to make available over 11m of historical records.

Indexes, What Indexes?

B-Trees, Sparse and Covered indexes and how MongoDB uses them still confusing you? In this talk Alvin Richards of 10gen will dive into the different indexes that are available, how query plans are executed and the internals of index evaluation including understanding of the explain output.

Alvin Richards

Alvin Richards, Technical Director for EMEA at 10gen. Alvin has held leadership positions at Oracle and NetApp integrating RDBMS and storage technology and has lead and grown the engineering teams for several successful Bay Area startups.

Scaling MongoDB for Real-Time Analytics, A Shortcut Around the Mistakes I've Made

Theo Hultbert, Chief Architect at Burt will be talking about Scaling MongoDB for Real-Time Analytics

Max Schireson: Schema Design Basics

Max Schireson gives a talk on Schema Design Basics

MongoDB on the JVM

In this talk for MongoUK, Brendan McAdams explores the deeper relationship between the MongoDB database and various languages on the Java Virtual Machine such as Java, Scala, Clojure, JRuby and Python as well as the challenges posted getting MongoDB to play nice with these tools and their syntax.

Brendan McAdams

A polyglot programmer, Brendan has made various contributions to Open Source in the past including building a Linux Driver for the Lego Mindstorms system — which now ships with the kernel. Brendan McAdams works at Netflix having previously worked within the Professional Services team at Typesafe.

Data Intensive Processing & Storage using MongoDB

Norberto Leite gives a talk on Data Intensive Processing & Storage using MongoDB at Telefonica I+D. (function() { var po = document.createElement('script'); po.type = 'text/javascript'; po.async = true; po.src = 'https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js'; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s); })();

Replacing RabbitMQ with MongoDB

David Mytton of Boxed Ice will provide a detailed look at building a fault tolerant, scalable queuing system that's (almost) as fast as RabbitMQ.

David Mytton

David Mytton, founder of Server Density, has been a PHP/Python programmer for 10 years. His code and server infrastructure now processes in excess of 1bn documents (10TB data) each month, using MongoDB extensively for the primary data store deployed

Journaling and the Storage Engine

Eliot Horowitz gives a presentation on Journaling and the Storage Engine for MongoUK

Eliot Horowitz

Eliot Horowitz is the CTO and a Co-Founder of 10gen, the company that sponsors the open source MongoDB project.

MongoDB at the Guardian

Graham Tackley will explain how the Guardian uses MongoDB.

Graham Tackley

Graham Tackley works at the Guardian.

How MongoDB adds flexibility and agility

Olivier Poupeney -- Co-Founder and CEO of DreamFace Interactive -- gives a talk on How MongoDB adds flexibility and agility to the innovation cycle required for the iterative development of modern cloud applications.

Command Line Tools

Russel Smith gives a talk for MongoUK on Command Line Tools and MongoDB

Russell Smith

Russell is a PHPconsultancy, PHP web development and supports web applications and ecommerce sites around the world. He is a co-organiser of the MongoDB User Group.

Schema Design at Scale

Schema design is a critical step in making sure an application scales well. There are considerations for reads and writes, both with and without sharding. We'll go through a few use cases and examine how difference schemas impact performance.

Eliot Horowitz

Eliot Horowitz is the CTO and a Co-Founder of 10gen, the company that sponsors the open source MongoDB project.

Dieter Guendisch : Introduction into SAP's Java Platform as a Service

Dieter Guendisch gives an Introduction into SAP's Java Platform as a Service for MongoUK

10 Key Performance Indicators

We'll look at memory usage, file sizes, flushing, journaling, and all the special incantations that reveal MongoDB's true inner self. By the end of the talk, you'll have ten concrete steps you can take to address performance degradation before it happens.

Brendan McAdams

A polyglot programmer, Brendan has made various contributions to Open Source in the past including building a Linux Driver for the Lego Mindstorms system — which now ships with the kernel. Brendan McAdams works at Netflix having previously worked within the Professional Services team at Typesafe.

Mihnea Giurgea on Intelligent Stream Filtering Using MongoDB

Mihnea Giurgea from UberVU, will talk on Intelligent Stream Filtering Using MongoDB on AWS.

Steve Francia: Blending MongoDB and RDBMS for ecommerce

Steve Francia gives a talk for MongoUK on Blending MongoDB and RDBMS for ecommerce.

Replication and Replica Sets

Alvin Richards gives a talk for MongoUK on Replication and Replica Sets in MongoDB

Alvin Richards

Alvin Richards, Technical Director for EMEA at 10gen. Alvin has held leadership positions at Oracle and NetApp integrating RDBMS and storage technology and has lead and grown the engineering teams for several successful Bay Area startups.

NoSQL in the Enterprise

Julian Brown of Equal Experts looks at the journey a major European mobile provider took, from its relational roots, through the understanding and selling of the benefits of NOSQL alternatives, to the selection and development of a strategic system in MongoDB.

Julian Browne

Julian's background is in operations, having started as a Unix performance consultant early in his career, after which he went into development, on to architecture and then to management. Julian is passionate about the field of architecture because "

Using Spring and MongoDB with CloudFoundry

Chris Harris from VMware will talk about Using Spring and MongoDB with CloudFoundry

Chris Harris

Chris Harris is EMEA Solution Engineer at Hortonworks where he spends his life architecting Apache Hadoop projects for enterprises across EMEA. Prior to Hortonworks, Chris worked as Solution Architect at 10gen where he was responsible for driving Mon

Geospatial Indexing with MongoDB

Greg Studer gives a talk for MongoUK on Geospatial Indexing with MongoDB

Scaling MongoDB

Brendan McAdams gives a talk for MongoUK on Scaling MongoDB.

Brendan McAdams

A polyglot programmer, Brendan has made various contributions to Open Source in the past including building a Linux Driver for the Lego Mindstorms system — which now ships with the kernel. Brendan McAdams works at Netflix having previously worked within the Professional Services team at Typesafe.

Dave Watson: Data Retention with MongoDB and XQuery

Dave Watson gives a talk for MongoUK on how MongoDB provides a flexible, efficient, scalable, long-term document storage that can adapt to your organization's changing needs over time.

Overview of MongoDB Project Roadmap & Customer Panel

Eliot Horowitz closes MongoUK with an overview of the MongoDB Project Roadmap and Customer Panel

Eliot Horowitz

Eliot Horowitz is the CTO and a Co-Founder of 10gen, the company that sponsors the open source MongoDB project.

The Mermaid Conference & Events Centre

The Mermaid Conference & Events Centre

Puddle Dock, Blackfriars, London, EC4V 3DB, GB


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