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Wednesday, February 26
 

9:00am PST

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 Nic Raboy

Nic Raboy

Senior Developer Advocate, Global, MongoDB
Nic Raboy is an advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies. He has experience in Java, JavaScript, Golang and a variety of frameworks such as Angular, NativeScript, and Apache Cordova. Nic writes about his development experiences related to making web and mobile development... Read More →


Wednesday February 26, 2020 9:00am - 9:45am PST
Main Hall

10:00am PST

Using MongoDB Services in Kubernetes: Any Platform, Development or Production
MongoDB Kubernetes operator and MongoDB Open Service Broker are ready for production operations. Learn about how MongoDB can be used with the most popular container orchestration platform, Kubernetes, and bring self-service, persistent storage to your containerized applications. A demo will show you how easy it is to enable MongoDB clusters as an External Service using the Open Service Broker API for MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for John Dohoney

John Dohoney

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB


Wednesday February 26, 2020 10:00am - 10:45am PST
The Loft

1:00pm PST

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 Prashant Gupta

Prashant Gupta

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Prashant has been architecting and developing complex enterprise applications for clients like Boeing, T-Mobile, Microsoft and Texas Instruments for more than 15 years. His love for MongoDB started before he joined MongoDB. He can be found online using @gamepop.


Wednesday February 26, 2020 1:00pm - 1:45pm PST
Main Hall

2:00pm PST

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes! Be Proactive and Reactive with MongoDB Atlas Triggers
Let’s face it. In life, change can be hard. But in data, it doesn’t have to be. MongoDB offers Atlas Triggers as a way to automate common tasks and execute server-side logic in response to database events or according to a schedule. 
 
Come to this session where we’ll discuss and demonstrate a variety of use cases:
  • Enriching fields on new records with data from third-party APIs
  • Running and sharing weekly or daily reports
  • Sending real-time notifications for customers
  • Storing new user data upon user authentication with Facebook, Google or other authentication providers
 
You will learn how MongoDB Atlas Triggers allow you to simplify your code and build better apps faster!

Speakers
avatar for Karen Huaulme

Karen Huaulme

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) is a Developer Advocate based out of Austin, Texas where she helps unleash developers' creativity and productivity across all aspects of data and technology. Prior to joining the MongoDB team, Karen spent most of her... Read More →


Wednesday February 26, 2020 2:00pm - 2:45pm PST
The Loft

2:00pm PST

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 Curtis Kowalski

Curtis Kowalski

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Curtis is a Senior Solutions Architect supporting large clients across the Rocky Mountain region of MongoDB. Curtis has extensive experience as a BI/ETL developer, data architect, and BI Director, for numerous analytics implementations around the globe.


Wednesday February 26, 2020 2:00pm - 2:45pm PST
Main Hall

3:00pm PST

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 February 26, 2020 3:00pm - 3:45pm PST
Main Hall

3:00pm PST

Best Practices for Working with IoT and Time-series Data
Time series data is increasingly at the heart of modern applications - think IoT, stock trading, clickstreams, social media, and more. With the move from batch to real time systems, the efficient capture and analysis of time series data can enable organizations to better detect and respond to events ahead of their competitors or to improve operational efficiency to reduce cost and risk. Working with time series data is often different from regular application data, and there are best practices you should observe._

This talk covers:
  • Common components of an IoT solution
  • The challenges involved with managing time-series data in IoT applications
  • Different schema designs, and how these affect memory and disk utilization ‚Äì two critical factors in application performance.
  • How to query, analyze and present IoT time-series data using MongoDB Compass and MongoDB Charts
  • At the end of the session, you will have a better understanding of key best practices in managing IoT time-series data with MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Robert Walters

Robert Walters

Product Manager, 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 February 26, 2020 3:00pm - 3:45pm PST
The Loft

4:05pm PST

From Pharmacist to Analyst: Leveraging MongoDB for Real-Time Alerting to Improve Business Outcomes
Humana, like many companies, is tackling the challenge of creating real-time insights from data that is diverse and rapidly changing.  This is our journey of how we used MongoDB to combined traditional batch approaches with streaming technologies to provide continues alerting capabilities from real-time data streams.

Speakers
avatar for David Munguia

David Munguia

Principal Software Architect, Humana
David is a Principal Software Architect in Humana’s Healthcare Services – Platforms Group. His team concentrates on high-performance healthcare analytics used to provide reporting insights that are used to improving Humana member outcomes.


Wednesday February 26, 2020 4:05pm - 4:50pm PST
The Loft

4:05pm PST

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 February 26, 2020 4:05pm - 4:50pm PST
Main Hall