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Last bugs are finished, testing is complete, business is ready. What do you do next? In this talk we will cover the topics to ensure that you are prepared for a successful launch of your MongoDB based product, including: Machine Sizing - How much CPU, Memory, Disk should I use for my MongoDB? Backup / Restore procedures - What are my options and what do I need to do? Load Testing and Capacity Planning - How much resource is my MongoDB going to use? When do I need to add replicas and shards? Monitoring - What should I be watching and how do I know if things are running correctly?
by Curt Stevens
With over 1400 mongo instances deployed we have learned much about how and what to monitor, how to triage incidents and we have developed a set of in-house tools to help us with diagnosis and forensic analysis of day to day issues. We will share some insights we have gained in a year of building & maintaining a reliable and scalable mongo service for a variety of Disney products.
Administering a MongoDB cluster is a lot like administering an RDBMS. While MongoDB introduces new concepts to the administrator, much of what you already know about database administration will apply to MonogDB. In this session we’ll review how to administer and deploy MongoDB starting from the basics and covering the best practices and procedures.
by Todd Dampier
Ok, so you’ve launched your development sandbox, love MongoDB, and are now thinking about how you want to handle your production environment. Learn all sorts of tips and tricks in this practical session on MongoDB operations by leading cloud database hosting provider MongoLab. We at MongoLab provide database hosting on EC2, Rackspace and Joyent for thousands of applications powered by MongoDB. In this session we will share with you some of the best practices we have developed, and help you avoid some of the pitfalls common with running production MongoDB deployments. This talk will cover the basics, such as VM selection, OS and disk configuration as well as more advanced topics such as clustering, VM migrations/upgrades, backup strategies and monitoring, with special emphasis on running MongoDB in the cloud. Don’t miss this informative session that will help you operate MongoDB like a pro!
9th December 2011