MongoDB Administrator Training
When it comes to handling large volumes of data, MongoDB is often today's first choice. This highly available, horizontally scalable document database provides everything you need to fulfil even the most demanding requirements.
Working with a MongoDB cluster is, however, fundamentally different from working with a traditional relational database. For example, troubleshooting and performance analysis must take into account that MongoDB has a dynamic data model rather than a static one, a feature which presents its own particular challenges for administrators. This training course provides an introduction to MongoDB from a system administrator's perspective, and places particular emphasis on the paradigm shift involved in switching from a relational database to Mongo DB. Practical considerations are always to the fore: using a full MongoDB cluster, the participants will carry out various tasks in the daily duties of a MongoDB administrator.
- MongoDB Overview
- The Mongo Shell (the JSON Syntax, the Mongo Object Model, Working with Mongo Collections): CRUD
- Indexes and Schema Design
- Replica Set Configuration
- Sharding Cluster Setup
- Performance Tuning
- Error Analysis
Target Audience: Unix system administrators
Duration: 2 days