MongoDB – Beyond the Basics 1: Storage Engines

Beyond the Basics 1: Storage Engines Beyond the Basics 1: Storage Engines April 20, 2017 In the first webinar of our Beyond the Basics series Joe Drumgoole, Director of Developer Advocacy EMEA at MongoDB, talked about storage engines. The storage engine is responsible for managing how data is stored, both in memory and on disk. MongoDB supports multiple storage engines, as different engines perform better for specific workloads. Watch the webinar recording to understand: What a storage engine is How to pick a storage engine How to configure a storage engine and a replica set MongoDB World for Giant IdeasJune 20-21 Chicago, IL MongoDB World is where the world’s fastest growing database community comes to connect, explore, and learn. Join Read More …

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MongoDB Resources

Back to Basics Get an introduction to NoSQL and MongoDB 10:23 about a month ago Back to Basics 1.1 – Why NoSQL Watch Video 11:14 about a month ago Back to Basics 1.2 – The different types of NoSQL database Watch Video 19:11 about a month ago Back to Basics 1.3 – Overview of document databases and MongoDB Watch Video 8:10 about a month ago Back to Basics 2.1- Database concepts Watch Video 15:01 about a month ago Back to Basics 2.2 – Installing MongoDB Watch Video 17:16 about a month ago Back to Basics 2.3 – Building a basic blogging application Watch Video 3:11 about a month ago Back to Basics 2.4 – Adding an index Watch Video 9:13 Read More …

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