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August 10 MongoDB User Group - MongoDB: Object Storage Strategies (Designing and Mapping)

Meghan
meghangill
New York, NY
Hi everyone,

Pleased to announce the August session of the San Francisco MongoDB User Group!

MongoDB: Object Storage Strategies (Designing and Mapping)

Tuesday, August 10
6:00 PM

Engine Yard
500 Third St
Suite 510
San Francisco, CA 94107
(866) 518-YARD (9273)

Presentation Overview
Come learn some of the strategies for mapping and storing your (object) data in MongoDB! With so much flexibility in how data is stored, and because each document can be different, it can be hard to design a schema that works well. We will investigate strategies for storing object graphs and relational data, in both linked (in other collections) and embedded (in the same document) forms. Using efficient queries and minimizing stored data can be a challenge as well; will be discussing how to make everything work together. Examples will be show using Java and Morphia­, and the javascript shell. If time permits we will discuss some of the live-migration/version deployment tricks needed to keep systems running while rolling out new features which require schema changes.

Presenter Bio
Scott Hernandez is an open source developer who has been active in the community for a while. Currently he is working on Morphia­, which is a type-safe interface to MongoDB in Java. He has worked for a majority of his time in .Net (C#) and Java in the data storage and architectural areas. Some of his projects have touched on mult-dimensional data storage and analysis (OLAP/Datawarehousing/Analysis/Reporting­), frameworks and tools (build tools, web frameworks, OO data mapping to relational/kv/object stores, and metadata) and online media distribution. Most of his interests lie with scalable web systems and the technologies they require. Scott enjoys bird watching and cooking; and pesto at home on Thursdays too.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

-Meghan
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