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Monday, June 17
 

8:00am

Streaming ETL on the Shoulders of Giants [MongoDB, NETCONOMY]
Life doesn't happen in batch mode which is why application engineers and data architects need to closely cooperate to get the best out of streaming platforms like Apache Kafka and NoSQL data stores such as MongoDB. This session explores ways and means to integrate both worlds in a streaming fashion.

Speakers
avatar for Scott L'Hommedieu

Scott L'Hommedieu

Senior Product Manager, MongoDB
avatar for Hans-Peter Grahsl

Hans-Peter Grahsl

Software Engineer & Technical Trainer, NETCONOMY
Hans-Peter is working as technical trainer for Java Web Development and is responsible for the internal education department at NETCONOMY Software & Consulting GmbH in Graz, Austria. As an independent trainer and consultant he is supporting customers during the conception and implementation... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Beekman

9:00am

How Braze uses the MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline for Lean, Mean, and Efficient Scaling [Braze]
Come hear the story about Braze utilizing the MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline to massively enhance scalability in one of our highly-used features - Frequency Capping. We'll go over the original design, what made it slow, how the Aggregation Pipeline is faster, and the additional benefits we realized!

Speakers
avatar for Zach McCormick

Zach McCormick

Senior Software Engineer, Braze (formerly Appboy)
Zach graduated from Vanderbilt University with a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics in 2013. He currently works for Braze (formerly Appboy) as a Senior Software Engineer, working with technology like Ruby, Rails, Sidekiq, MongoDB, and more!


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Gramercy

10:00am

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 senior member of the support team I will share more common mistakes observed and some tips and tricks to avoiding them.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Harris

Chris Harris

Senior Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
Chris joined MongoDB at the beginning of 2016 and has enjoyed helping customer succeed ever since. He particularly enjoys learning about and assisting with any question related to queries and indexing. In his free time Chris enjoys crashing his drone, learning random new skills... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Murray Hill

10:00am

Deterministic Document Analysis with Rust and WASM [MongoDB]
This talk is a story of converting an existing schema parser used in Compass from JavaScript to Rust and bringing it to an Electron app. I will cover principles of document analysis, bringing WASM into a React app and using Rust in JS to improve performance without loosing BSON data integrity.

Speakers
avatar for Irina Shestak

Irina Shestak

MongoDB
Irina is a Berlin-via-London-via-Vancouver engineer writing JavaScript and Rust over at MongoDB. Irina has given talks at conferences around the world about her various adventures in the world of programming, including JSConfAU, NodeFest Tokyo, NordicJS and BrazilJS.Outside of writing... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Regent

11:00am

Managing a Heterogeneous Data Stack with Informatica and MongoDB Atlas [ Informatica, MongoDB]
Over the past few months, MongoDB and Informatica have worked together to extend the functionality and performance of connectivity to MongoDB. These connectivity improvements enhance overall user experience and utilize MongoDB's native drivers to connect to MongoDB to achieve great performance while managing data across systems.

This session will focus on managing a data stack including SQL Server, Oracle, and MongoDB Atlas using Informatica’s Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS)/iPaaS suite. We’ll discuss several real-world use cases, and demonstrate how to track data lineage, and develop complex data integration flows with Informatica iPaaS tooling.


Speakers
avatar for Sumon Saha

Sumon Saha

Director, Product Management, Cloud & Big Data Ecosystems, Informatica
avatar for Seth Payne

Seth Payne

Sr Product Manager, Enterprise Tools, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Sutton North

11:00am

Writing Fault Tolerant MongoDB Applications [MongoDB]
Murphy's Law states that "whatever can go wrong, will go wrong". Learn to leverage features of MongoDB and its drivers to outsmart Murphy and keep your application running.

Speakers
avatar for James Kovacs

James Kovacs

MongoDB
James is a senior technical services engineer with MongoDB specializing in the core database and drivers. A software developer at heart, he has dabbled in a wide variety of programming languages and is the creator of psake (pronounced "sakeh"), a popular build framework for Microsoft... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Murray Hill

11:00am

MongoDB Cluster Design: From Redundancy to GDPR [MongoDB]
No matter if you're thinking of migrating to MongoDB, or need to meet legal requirements for an existing on-prem cluster, this talk has you covered. We start with the basics of replication and sharding and quickly scale up, covering everything you need to know to control your data, and keep it safe from unexpected data loss or downtime - a well-designed MongoDB cluster should have no single point of failure. Learn how others are “stretching” what’s possible but why you shouldn't! I'll present real-world examples from my life in the field in Europe and beyond.




Speakers
avatar for Nic Cottrell

Nic Cottrell

Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
Nic joined MongoDB in 2017 as a Consulting Engineer and currently works as a Technical Services engineer in Europe. Previously, he worked as a developer, consultant and project manager for database and web apps in Australia, the UK, Iceland, Sweden and France. Nic specializes in solutions... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Nassau

1:00pm

Mastering  MongoDB in Kubernetes [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.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Hubert

Paul Hubert

CTO Office, Amadeus
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 →


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Rhinelander South

1:00pm

Event Horizon: Meet Albert Einstein As You Move To The Cloud [MongoDB]
You fire up your brand-new MongoDB Atlas cluster, and the application that used to run like a charm slows to a crawl. Welcome to space, time, and the laws of computing without warp drives. If you want to know how to maintain thousands of operations per second across thousands of miles, this talk is for you.

Speakers
avatar for Andre Spiegel

Andre Spiegel

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Regent

1:00pm

BSON Transpilers: Transpiling from Any Language to Any Language! [MongoDB]
This talk will go through the technical design of our anything-to-anything transpiler and teach attendees how they can add their own favorite language to Compass. We'll talk about classic compiler design principles and how we leveraged various technologies to create a dynamic, extensible transpiler.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Herlihy

Anna Herlihy

Senior Software Engineer, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Murray Hill

1:00pm

RDBMS Versus MongoDB Aggregation Performance [MongoDB]
Join me as we compare the performance of MySQL and MongoDB aggregating and analysing data against a large, real-world data set. From this talk, you will learn when MongoDB is faster than MySQL, why that's the case, and that doctors appear to do some very questionable things.










Speakers
avatar for John Page

John Page

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB
I love to talk low level things, bits and bytes, algorithms, performance and hardware. I like to know how things work and what changing things will do to the performance. Hit me up for any schema or developer topics.


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Gramercy

2:00pm

Don't Break the Camel's Back: Running MongoDB as Hard as Possible
Braze sends over a billion push notifications and emails each day as fast as possible. Each message requires multiple writes to MongoDB. In this talk, CTO Jon Hyman will discuss how Braze has built custom driver patches, monitoring and automated scaling systems to ensure maximal throughput.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Hyman

Jon Hyman

Cofounder & CTO, Braze (formerly Appboy)


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Rhinelander South

3:15pm

Creating a Self-healing MongoDB Replica Set on GCP Compute Engine Resources using Terraform [Humana]
Take advantage of the elasticity of the cloud by creating resources that can heal themselves. Learn to create Compute Engine resources in GCP using Terraform that will install and configure a MongoDB replica set for you.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Beasey

Stephen Beasey

Enterprise Cloud Architect, Humana
I am an Enterprise Cloud Architect at Humana. My team and I are laying out the cloud strategy with an eye on getting the most out of cloud elasticity. We are taking advantage of multi cloud implementations and encourage the use of SAAS products to enhance cloud presence.


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Rhinelander South

4:15pm

Winning the Digital Transformation Game with MongoDB [RBC Financial Services]
What do you need to build your digital strategy? An Agile Lab, few tattooed developers, Macbooks loaded with XCode and Android Studio and MongoDB. Learn how MongoDB played a key role in RBC Wealth’s digital transformation and delivering award winning mobile and web applications.

Speakers

Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Sutton North
 
Tuesday, June 18
 

8:00am

Sharding: Stories From the Field [MongoDB]
Learn how Sharding is being used in the real world! When you’ve been growing and are looking into how you can scale, get some ideas from others that have had the same challenges. Let’s talk through examples of how the features of Sharding can be used.  We’ll learn about how the latest features, and those on the roadmap, will help you solve the problems you are facing, and take Sharding from the written documentation to its real-world implementation.




Speakers
avatar for André de Frere

André de Frere

AVP APAC Technical Services, MongoDB
I work in the MongoDB technical services team, where we help solve problems for our customers. I've been working in support and running support teams for 20 years, based out of Sydney, Australia


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Rhinelander South

8:00am

Raiders of the Anti-patterns: A Journey Towards Fixing Schema Mistakes in MongoDB [MongoDB]
As a software adventurer, Charles “Indy” Sarrazin, has brought numerous customers through the MongoDB world, using his extensive knowledge to make sure they always got the most out of their databases.
Let us embark on a journey inside the Document Model, where we will identify, analyze and fix anti-patterns. I will also provide you with tools to ease migration strategies towards the Temple of Lost Performance!
Be warned, though! You might want to learn about design patterns before, in order to survive this exhilarating trial!

Speakers
avatar for Charles Sarrazin

Charles Sarrazin

Principal Consulting Engineer, MongoDB, Inc.
Charles is a Principal Consulting Engineer based in Paris, France with 10 years of experience in software development, technical architecture and consultancy.As a consultant, he has helped more than a hundred companies all around the world with highly complex and demanding use cases... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Gramercy

9:00am

MongoDB Read Isolation: Making Your Reads Clean, Committed, and Repeatable [MongoDB]
Isolation, the I in ACID, determines how/when the changes made by one operation become visible to another. Relational databases provide four isolation levels (uncommitted, committed, repeatable reads, and serialiable) to enable the trade off of performance versus the level of cross operation change visibility. In contrast, MongoDB’s isolation levels are controlled by using readConcerns and transactions. This talk will describe how the relational isolation levels compare to MongoDB’s isolation guarantees, how you configure MongoDB to provide the desired isolation level, and the performance implications.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Runkel

Jay Runkel

MongoDB
I have 10+ of NoSQL database experience and nearly 6 years of experience at MongoDB. I work with some of MongoDB's largest, complex, and most strategic customers. Outside of MongoDB, I am an avid Crossfitter, love to cook, and enjoy spending time with my family and two dogs.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Sutton North

1:45pm

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 Product Manager, MongoDB
I’m a MongoDB maven


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Regent

1:45pm

How to Keep an Average API Response Time Less than 5ms with Handling 4k+ Read QPS and 6k+ Write QPS [Naver Corp]
Do you need high query performance on your MongoDB? I will share the story about how our team build a stable filter search API platform called ‘Mach’ with 6 MongoDBs, which has 4ms average response time while taking 4,000+ read QPS and 6,000+ write QPS.

Speakers
avatar for Kunbae Park

Kunbae Park

Software Developer, Naver


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Beekman

3:00pm

MongoDB Atlas Full-Text Search Deep Dive [MongoDB]
MongoDB is launching a 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 Ben Cefalo

Ben Cefalo

Lead Product Manager, Cloud Services, 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 →
avatar for Doug Tarr

Doug Tarr

Director of Engineering, MongoDB
Doug Tarr is Director of Engineering at MongoDB in San Francisco. Doug joined MongoDB via mLab, a leading provider of cloud hosted MongoDB, where he was VP Engineering. Doug was also co-founder and VP Engineering at PayScale, a cloud compensation provider in Seattle and has held... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Regent
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am

ENCORE: RDBMS Versus MongoDB Aggregation Performance [MongoDB]
Join me as we compare the performance of MySQL and MongoDB aggregating and analysing data against a large, real-world data set. From this talk, you will learn when MongoDB is faster than MySQL, why that's the case, and that doctors appear to do some very questionable things.




Speakers
avatar for John Page

John Page

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB
I love to talk low level things, bits and bytes, algorithms, performance and hardware. I like to know how things work and what changing things will do to the performance. Hit me up for any schema or developer topics.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:15am
Madison

8:30am

ENCORE TUTORIAL: Hands-on with Realm Mobile Database
This is a hands-on lab session to show key concepts for building mobile apps with realm: how to set up your app to share data across threads, apps and platforms, building upon reactive principles, leverage live objects and more.



Speakers
avatar for Alexander Stigsen

Alexander Stigsen

Founder of Realm, MongoDB


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 10:15am
Gibson

9:30am

ENCORE: 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 senior member of the support team I will share more common mistakes observed and some tips and tricks to avoiding them.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Harris

Chris Harris

Senior Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
Chris joined MongoDB at the beginning of 2016 and has enjoyed helping customer succeed ever since. He particularly enjoys learning about and assisting with any question related to queries and indexing. In his free time Chris enjoys crashing his drone, learning random new skills... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:30am - 10:15am
Murray Hill West