About the Talk
January 29, 2011 7:15 AM
Cal State FullertonCal State Fullerton
Many high profile websites and companies have been turning to MongoDB for its highly scalable architecture, flexible document-oriented storage and overall ease of use. This is an introduction for developers and system admins to the open-source MongoDB project. Setup and install (on Linux and Windows) data import/export, comparisons to traditional RDBMS (such as MySQL and SQL Server) as well as MongoDB’s unique querying and schema design will all be covered.
Practical, real world examples (in PHP and C#) will be used in conjunction with live demos.
The talk will also briefly highlight more advanced topics such as database sharding, MongoDB’s GridFS file storage system and working with MongoDB and SQL Server in parallel.