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Wednesday, January 22
 

8:00am

Ask the Experts
Stop by the appointment check-in counter to schedule your private, one-on-one consulting session with a MongoDB technical expert!

Wednesday January 22, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am
The Midway

8:00am

Breakfast
Grab some breakfast and coffee before the keynote session.

Wednesday January 22, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am
The Midway

8:00am

Registration & Check-in
Check in or register and pick up your MongoDB.local t-shirt!

Wednesday January 22, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am
The Midway

9:00am

Keynote Session
Eliot Horowitz, MongoDB CTO and Co-founder, presents his keynote featuring all that's new and exciting in MongoDB 4.2, including a first-time announcement of a brand new feature that we are GA'ing at MongoDB.local San Francisco!  The keynote session will also include live demos from our experts on some of the new features like MongoDB Atlas Full-Text search and MongoDB Charts.

Speakers
avatar for Eliot Horowitz

Eliot Horowitz

CTO & Co-Founder, MongoDB


Wednesday January 22, 2020 9:00am - 10:05am
Ride A/B

10:05am

Coffee Break
Wednesday January 22, 2020 10:05am - 10:30am
The Midway

10:05am

Ask the Experts
Stop by the appointment check-in counter to schedule your private, one-on-one consulting session with a MongoDB technical expert.

Wednesday January 22, 2020 10:05am - 5:00pm
The Midway

10:30am

MongoDB Atlas Migration & Integration with Advanced Google Cloud Services [Google Cloud]
Come learn how MongoDB Atlas uses Google Cloud-owned worldwide network and global data infrastructure though:
  • Scaling
  • High availability
  • Disaster recovery
We will walk through a MongoDB Atlas live migration to Google cloud, and will demonstrate advanced services including analytics and AI.
Find out how to reduce operational complexity so that you can focus on application design and implementation.

Speakers
avatar for Christoph Bussler

Christoph Bussler

Solutions Architect, Google Cloud
Chris was always fascinated by systems and data integration between on-premise systems, clouds and their combination. As a Solutions Architect at Google Cloud (Google, Inc.) he is focusing on databases, data migration and data integration in enterprise customer settings. Earlier in... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 10:30am - 11:15am
Ride B

10:30am

MongoDB Atlas Jumpstart
Join this talk and test session with a MongoDB Developer Advocate where you'll go over the setup, configuration, and deployment of an Atlas environment. Create a service that you can take back in a production-ready state and prepare to unleash your inner genius.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 10:30am - 11:15am
Ride A

10:30am

From SQL to NoSQL - Changing your Mindset
When you need to model data, is your first instinct to start breaking it down into rows and columns? Mine used to be too. When you want to develop apps in a modern, agile way, NoSQL databases can be the best option. Come to this talk to learn how to take advantage of all that NoSQL databases have to offer and discover the benefits of changing your mindset from the legacy, tabular way of modeling data. We’ll compare and contrast the terms and concepts in SQL databases and MongoDB, explain the benefits of using MongoDB compared to SQL databases, and walk through data modeling basics so you feel confident as you begin using MongoDB.


Speakers
avatar for Girish Dusane

Girish Dusane

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Girish is a Senior Solutions Architect at MongoDB. He has over 15 years of experience in enterprise software and is responsible for guiding users of MongoDB to design and build reliable, scalable systems using their data platform


Wednesday January 22, 2020 10:30am - 11:15am
Teaching Kitchen

11:30am

Go on a Data Safari with MongoDB Charts
These days, everyone is expected to be a data analyst. But with so much data available, how can you make sense of it and be sure you're making the best decisions? One great approach is to use data visualizations. In this session, we take a complex dataset and show how the breadth of capabilities in MongoDB Charts can help you turn bits and bytes into insights.



Speakers
avatar for Munish Kapoor

Munish Kapoor

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB
I work as a Senior Solutions Architect at MongoDB. I come with over 14 years of experience in Relational and Non Relational Database technologies and currently responsible for assisting users optimally use MongoDB as a platform to architect and build performant, reliable and scalable... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 11:30am - 12:15pm
Ride B

11:30am

MongoDB Atlas Search Deep Dive
Come and hear more about our new full-text search operator for MongoDB Atlas. This is a significant enhancement to MongoDB search features and is the easiest and most powerful full-text search solution for databases on MongoDB Atlas.

This talk is important for anyone who has implemented search or is considering a search feature in their MongoDB application.

You will see a demo of $searchBeta, learn about how it works, discover specific features to help you deliver relevant search results, and learn how you can start using full-text search in your application today.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Frietas

Tim Frietas

Sr. Product Manager, Cloud, MongoDB


Wednesday January 22, 2020 11:30am - 12:15pm
Ride A

11:30am

REST-less Mobile apps: why offline-first and sync matters for your app and business
Learn how Seamless Sync helps businesses empower their workforce with mobile apps that work seamlessly anywhere. Get to know what offline-first apps are, use-cases that drive this need, why sync matters and why “REST is not best” for client/server communication.



Speakers
avatar for Ian Ward

Ian Ward

MongoDB


Wednesday January 22, 2020 11:30am - 12:15pm
Teaching Kitchen

12:15pm

Lunch
Enjoy fantastic fare from some of San Francisco's most delicious food trucks.

Wednesday January 22, 2020 12:15pm - 1:10pm
The Midway

12:30pm

Getting Started with GraphQL and Atlas
GraphQL's principles of simply describing the data you want and getting predictable results have led to an explosion in popularity – replacing REST APIs more and more.  With Atlas' new GraphQL service it's simple to generate a schema and API on top of your data, helping you connect your data and application quicker than ever.  Today we'll show you the process step-by-step and give you a sneak peak at what's coming next!

Speakers
avatar for Joe Karlsson

Joe Karlsson

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
I am a software engineer now a Developer Advocate at MongoDB from the frozen tundra of Minneapolis, Minnesota (and yes, it does get really cold here, and no, not everyone here has the accent from the movie, Fargo).


Wednesday January 22, 2020 12:30pm - 1:00pm
The Midway

1:10pm

Keep your Business Safe and Scaling Holistically with MongoDB on LinuxONE [IBM]
Learn how MongoDB on LinuxONE and IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Services can be used to manage highly sensitive and confidential data – pervasively encrypting and securing your environments, consolidating thousands of database instances while serving hundreds of billions of queries a day.  At the end of this session you will better understand how managing and scaling large amounts of critical business data can be achieved easily with automatic pervasive encryption of code and data in-flight and at-rest.

If you're a Developer, Architect, DBA or a Business Stakeholder, and your organization is using or planning to use MongoDB on-premise or in the cloud, this session will help you to gain insights into the best way to run MongoDB to keep your business safe and scaling holistically.

Speakers

Wednesday January 22, 2020 1:10pm - 1:55pm
Teaching Kitchen

1:10pm

Autoscaling with MongoDB Atlas
Atlas Autoscaling automatically changes both the storage and compute capacity of your Atlas cluster, in response to changing traffic patterns. This enables MongoDB Atlas to continuously maximize performance while minimizing cost, with just a press of a button. Please visit the session to learn more about how autoscaling works behind-the-scenes and the best ways to use it.

Speakers
RK

Rez Khan

MongoDB


Wednesday January 22, 2020 1:10pm - 1:55pm
Ride A

1:10pm

Developing Alexa Skills with MongoDB & Golang
Virtual assistants are becoming the new norm when it comes to daily life, with Amazon’s Alexa being the leader in the space. As a developer, not only do you need to make web and mobile compliant applications, but you need to be able to support virtual assistants like Alexa. However, the process isn’t quite the same between the platforms.

How do you handle requests? Where do you store your data and work with it to create meaningful responses with little delay? How much of your code needs to change between platforms?

In this session we’ll see how to design and develop applications known as Skills for Amazon Alexa powered devices using the Go programming language and MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 1:10pm - 1:55pm
Ride B

2:10pm

Modern Day Backup and Recovery from On-Premises to Public Cloud
Whether you are running MongoDB on-premise, self-managing in the cloud, or using MongoDB Atlas, it's critical that you have dependable backups of your data for when things go sideways. This takes infrastructure, storage, and coordination, which can be complex and costly. In MongoDB 4.2, we are changing how backup is architected, helping you reduce the required storage footprint and remove architectural complexities to increase performance and decrease costs. Come to this session to see how we're accomplishing this.


Speakers
avatar for Benjamin Cefalo

Benjamin Cefalo

Director, Product Management, MongoDB
Benjamin Cefalo is a Lead Product Manager for Cloud at MongoDB focusing on Backup and Identity and Access Management. Before joining MongoDB, Ben spent 4 ½ years at VMware as Senior Product Line Manager for SaaS. Specifically, SaaS Identity, Security and UX across the platform and... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 2:10pm - 2:55pm
Ride A

2:10pm

MongoDB Atlas Data Lake Technical Deep Dive
MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a new service offered by MongoDB Atlas. Many organizations store long term, archival data in cost-effective storage like S3, GCP, and Azure Blobs. However, many of them do not have robust systems or tools to effectively utilize large amounts of data to inform decision making. MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a service allowing organizations to analyze their long-term data to discover a wealth of information about their business.

This session will take a deep dive into the features that are currently available in MongoDB Atlas Data Lake and how they are implemented. In addition, we'll discuss future plans and opportunities and offer ample Q&A time with the engineers on the project.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Wilson

Craig Wilson

Software Engineer, MongoDB
Craig is a Christian, husband, father of 4, and a software engineer at MongoDB building tools for other developers.


Wednesday January 22, 2020 2:10pm - 2:55pm
Teaching Kitchen

2:10pm

Using Client Side Encryption in MongoDB 4.2
Encryption is not a new concept to MongoDB. Encryption may occur in-transit (with TLS) and at-rest (with the encrypted storage engine). But MongoDB 4.2 introduces support for Client Side Encryption, ensuring the most sensitive data is encrypted before ever leaving the client application. Even full access to your MongoDB servers is not enough to decrypt this data. And better yet, Client Side Encryption can be enabled at the "flick of a switch".

This session covers using Client Side Encryption in your applications. This includes the necessary setup, how to encrypt data without sacrificing queryability, and what trade-offs to expect.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Albertson

Kevin Albertson

Software Engineer, MongoDB


Wednesday January 22, 2020 2:10pm - 2:55pm
Ride B

2:55pm

Coffee Break
Wednesday January 22, 2020 2:55pm - 3:15pm
The Midway

3:15pm

MongoDB – Powering the new age data demands [Infosys]
Our clients have unique use cases and data patterns that mandate the choice of a particular strategy. To implement these strategies, it is mandatory that we unlearn a lot of relational concepts while designing and rapidly developing efficient applications on NoSQL. In this session, we will talk about some of our client use cases, the strategies we have adopted, and the features of MongoDB that assisted in implementing these strategies.

Speakers
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Neeraj Nagpal

Sr. Enterprise Architect., Infosys


Wednesday January 22, 2020 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Teaching Kitchen

3:15pm

Using MongoDB Services in Kubernetes: Any Platform
MongoDB Kubernetes operator is ready for prime-time. Learn about how MongoDB can be used with most popular orchestration platform, Kubernetes, and bring self-service, persistent storage to your containerized applications.

Speakers
avatar for John Dohoney

John Dohoney

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB


Wednesday January 22, 2020 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Ride B

3:15pm

A Complete Methodology of Data Modeling for MongoDB
Are you new to schema design for MongoDB, or are you looking for a more complete or agile process than what you are following currently? In this talk, we will guide you through the phases of a flexible methodology that you can apply to projects ranging from small to large with very demanding requirements.


Speakers
avatar for Daniel Coupal

Daniel Coupal

Curriculum Engineer, MongoDB
Daniel is a Curriculum Engineer on the Education team at MongoDB. His principal duties are to produce content for different MongoDB classes and deliver advanced training to the new employees. His favorite subject is Data Modeling. Before working at MongoDB, Daniel had various roles... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Ride A

4:15pm

Join the Data Movement with Confluent and MongoDB
Apache Kafka is a powerful distributed event streaming platform capable of handling trillions of events a day.  Pairing the best streaming platform with the best database enables you to easily perform complex workflows like data migration, IoT, and many others.

In this session we will cover these "best of breed" solutions in detail, including an overview of the MongoDB Connector for Apache Kafka and the Confluent platform. You will learn how to install and configure the connector with MongoDB in both the source or sink scenario.

Speakers
avatar for Robert Walters

Robert Walters

Director of IoT, MongoDB
My desk is littered with sensors, devices and a cluster of Raspberry Pis. With an Electrical Engineering background and a passion for IoT, I am amazed and excited about the possibilities IoT has to change the world we live in today. Each day I am looking at the market and needs of... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Teaching Kitchen

4:15pm

Aggregation Pipeline Power++
Aggregation pipeline has been able to power your analysis of data since version 2.2. In 4.2 we added more power and now you can use it for more powerful queries, updates, and outputting your data to existing collections. Come hear how you can do everything with the pipeline, including single-view, ETL, data roll-ups and materialized views.

Speakers
avatar for Asya Kamsky

Asya Kamsky

Principal Product Manager, MongoDB
I’m a MongoDB maven


Wednesday January 22, 2020 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Ride B

4:15pm

Tips and Tricks++ for Querying and Indexing MongoDB
Query performance should be the unsung hero of an application, but without proper configuration, can become a constant headache. When used properly, MongoDB provides extremely powerful querying capabilities. In this session, we'll discuss concepts like equality, sort, range, managing query predicates versus sequential predicates, and best practices to building multikey indexes.


Speakers
avatar for Benjamin Perlmutter

Benjamin Perlmutter

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB
As a Solution Architect at MongoDB, I help customers with a multitude of different use cases. Modernizing legacy, monolithic applications, building microservices, moving toward agile development lifecycles, and ultimately increasing developer productivity are some of my favorite topics... Read More →


Wednesday January 22, 2020 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Ride A

5:00pm

Happy Hour
Wednesday January 22, 2020 5:00pm - 6:00pm
The Midway