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MongoDB & EC2: A Love Story / Intro to MMS: Lost and Found / Sharding Q&A

  • Oct 18, 2011 · 6:30 PM
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Title: MongoDB & EC2: A Love Story

Abstract:  Running mongodb in the cloud offers its own set of challanges. This will be an overview of our 1.5 year+ experience of running mongodb on EC2 and our key takeaways; where we got burnt and where life treated us well. It will go through how Chartbeat evolved from a single/simple cluster, master-slave configuration to leveraging multiple clusters, benefiting from EBS snapshotting, loving replica sets, dealing with disappearing instances, focusing on disk locality and much more.

Description: Eytan Daniyalzade is a software developer at He primarily focuses on server side development, but in reality he gets to play with anything from frontend hacking to dealing with the site's infrastructure on EC2.

Title: MMS Intro - I once was lost, but now am found

Abstract: Come and learn about MongoDB Monitoring Service a publicly available SaaS solution for proactive monitoring of your MongoDB cluster. MMS’s web interface features charts, custom dashboards, and automated alerting; and since it runs in the cloud, MMS requires minimal setup and configuration. Within minutes your devops and systems administration teams can manage and optimize your MongoDB deployment, and derive valuable insights from key operational metrics.  

Description: Ryan Nitz, 10gen

Title: Sharding Q & A

Abstract: Ask and you shall receive!  Have a question about Sharding?  Come and find all the answers that you have been looking for!

Description: Greg Studer, 10gen

Greg works on various aspects of the MongoDB core server. Prior to 10gen, he completed a PhD at the University of Sussex and Masters at Cornell where he studied multi-agent simulation and computational scaling through assembly. He began his career working on various projects at IBM related to enterprise configuration and modeling, and legacy systems integration.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    All three talks were very educational. The comments on the unreliability of EC2 were interesting ... disappearing instances.

    October 20, 2011

  • Vinayak J.

    Good, informative presentations

    October 19, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    This was my first Mongo meetup. I thought that it was a fantastic presentation. I enjoyed all three speakers. I now have a sense of how to go about using the product and how to get support if I need it. Thanks guys!

    October 19, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Anyone know if this is going to be recorded?

    October 18, 2011

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