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Tuesday, October 22
 

08:00 CEST

Registration
Tuesday October 22, 2019 08:00 - 09:00 CEST
TBA Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

09:00 CEST

Opening Remarks
Tuesday October 22, 2019 09:00 - 09:05 CEST

09:05 CEST

MongoDB Atlas Data Lake Technical Deep Dive [MongoDB]
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

Tuesday October 22, 2019 09:05 - 09:50 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

09:05 CEST

Distributed Transactions: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility [MongoDB]
A year ago we launched replica-set transactions in MongoDB 4.0. We've now expanded transactions to span across shards, making development against MongoDB even easier. Snapshot isolation, write atomicity, distributed commit – we'll touch on it all. You'll learn all you need to know about distributed transactions before you push to prod.

Speakers

Tuesday October 22, 2019 09:05 - 09:50 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

10:00 CEST

Best Practices for Working with IoT and Time-series Data [MongoDB]
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 – 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 →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:00 - 10:45 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

10:00 CEST

A Complete Methodology to Data Modeling for MongoDB [MongoDB]
Are you new to schema design for MongoDB, or are 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 Yulia Genkina

Yulia Genkina

Curriculum Software Engineer, MongoDB
Yulia is a Curriculum Engineer at MongoDB. Prior to MongoDB Yulia worked at Stuyvesant High School where she taught Computer Science to hundreds of unsuspecting students. Aside from teaching and programming she enjoys singing and playing music, volunteering for the circus, hiking... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:00 - 10:45 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

10:45 CEST

AM Coffee Break
Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:45 - 11:00 CEST
TBA Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

11:00 CEST

Go on a Data Safari with MongoDB Charts! [MongoDB]
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 will take a complex dataset and show how the breadth of capabilities in MongoDB Charts can help you turn bits and bytes into insights.

Speakers
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Natalya Furmanova

Product Manager, MongoDB
Natalya is a product manager at MongoDB, focusing on product systems data initiatives (quantitative research and analysis, machine learning, product metrics capturing & warehousing). She is based in Berlin, Germany.


Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:00 - 11:45 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

11:00 CEST

Managing a Heterogeneous Stack with MongoDB & SQL [MongoDB]
Data administrators face the challenge of integrating disparate data technologies into a cohesive and performant data platform. This is especially true when using diverse query languages and protocols. This session will focus on how to integrate SQL-aware applications into a MongoDB data platform.


Speakers

Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:00 - 11:45 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

11:45 CEST

Lunch
Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:45 - 12:45 CEST
TBA Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

12:45 CEST

Keynote
Join our Eliot Horowitz, CTO and co-founder, who deliver the keynote where you will hear all about MongoDB's latest developments

Tuesday October 22, 2019 12:45 - 13:45 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

13:45 CEST

Coffee & Stretch Break
Tuesday October 22, 2019 13:45 - 14:05 CEST
TBA Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

14:05 CEST

Aggregation Pipeline Power++: How MongoDB 4.2 Pipeline Empowers Queries, Updates, and Materialized Views [MongoDB]
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 Engineer, MongoDB
I’m a MongoDB maven


Tuesday October 22, 2019 14:05 - 14:50 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

14:05 CEST

Still Haven't Found What You Are Looking For? Use MongoDB's New Full Text Search!
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 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 →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 14:05 - 14:50 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

15:00 CEST

Mastering MongoDB on Kubernetes – MongoDB Enterprise Operator for K8s [Amadeus]
We will demonstrate why the MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes is a game-changer at Amadeus. The MongoDB Enterprise Operator for K8S is not just a resource for managing containers, it is a controller that extends the Kubernetes API. Learn about how MongoDB can be used with the most popular orchestration platform, Kubernetes, and bring self-service, persistent storage to your containerized applications.



Speakers
avatar for Arkadiusz Borucki

Arkadiusz Borucki

Senior DevOps, Amadeus
Arkadiusz Borucki is MongoDB Master, NoSQL / DevOps professional working with MongoDB deployed at huge scale in travel industry on public/private cloud providers and on-perm. Distributed MongoDB clusters bigger than 100TB with hundreds of nodes are nothing unusual for Arkadiusz. He... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 15:00 - 15:45 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

15:00 CEST

Tips and Tricks++ for Querying and Indexing MongoDB [MongoDB]
Query performance can either be a constant headache or the unsung hero of an application. MongoDB provides extremely powerful querying capabilities when used properly. As a member of the solutions architecture team I will share more common mistakes observed and some tips and tricks to avoiding them.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Kurze

Christian Kurze

Principal Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Christian spent the last couple of years on data management and data integration in order to generate value out of data. In MongoDB he works as a Principal Solutions Architect and spends his time with different customers explaining and delivering MongoDB technology. Prior to joining... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 15:00 - 15:45 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

15:45 CEST

PM Coffee Break
Tuesday October 22, 2019 15:45 - 16:00 CEST
TBA Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

16:00 CEST

Autoscaling with MongoDB Atlas [MongoDB]
MongoDB Atlas Autoscaling automatically changes both the storage and compute capacity of your MongoDB 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.  Attend this session to learn more about how autoscaling works behind-the-scenes and the best ways to use it.



Speakers
avatar for Mike Lynn

Mike Lynn

Director, Principal Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Tuesday October 22, 2019 16:00 - 16:45 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

16:00 CEST

New Encryption Capabilities in MongoDB 4.2: A Deep Dive into Protecting Sensitive Workloads [MongoDB]
Many applications with high-sensitivity workloads require enhanced technical options to control and limit access to confidential and regulated data. In some cases, system requirements or compliance obligations dictate a separation of duties for staff operating the database and those who maintain the application layer. In cloud-hosted environments, certain data are sometimes deemed too sensitive to store on third-party infrastructure. This is a common pain for system architects in the healthcare, finance, and consumer tech sectors — the benefits of managed, easily expanded compute and storage have been considered unavailable because of data confidentiality and privacy concerns.


This session will take a deep dive into new security capabilities in MongoDB 4.2 that address these scenarios, by enabling native client-side field-level encryption, using customer-managed keys. We will review how confidential data can be securely stored and easily accessed by applications running on MongoDB. Common query design patterns will be presented, with example code demonstrating strong end-to-end encryption in Atlas or on-premise.

Speakers

Tuesday October 22, 2019 16:00 - 16:45 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

16:55 CEST

Telediagnosis at Daimler Powered by MongoDB [Daimler]
Daimler will present the Mercedes Telediagnosis use case where MongoDB was chosen as the storage document database.

You will learn some basics about Telediagnosis, the requirements which drove us to MongoDB, the advantages we achieved, and our experiences on our MongoDB journey.

Speakers

Tuesday October 22, 2019 16:55 - 17:40 CEST
Room 2 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

16:55 CEST

Realm: The Secret Sauce for Better Mobile Apps [Realm/MongoDB]
Realm Database is the fast, easy to use, and open source alternative to SQLite and Core Data that is popular with 100’s of thousands of developers. Learn from Alexander Stigsen, Realm’s creator, what makes it special and how it can be used to build better apps, faster.

Speakers
avatar for Alexander Stigsen

Alexander Stigsen

Founder of Realm, MongoDB


Tuesday October 22, 2019 16:55 - 17:40 CEST
Room 1 Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany

17:45 CEST

Reception
Tuesday October 22, 2019 17:45 - 18:45 CEST
TBA Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstraße 77, 81541 Munich, Germany