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Why the Data Layer Matters for Microservices
Places are filling up - ensure you register using this link to secure your place: Join us at this Breakfast Seminar to learn how multinational telecommunications giant Vodafone uncovered the importance of making the right choice in the data layer to support their Microservices strategy. We will remind you why Microservices architectures were created and why organisations are adopting them at great speed. Learn how to avoid common mistakes and pitfalls when considering your data layer technology to underpin your Microservices. What you will learn: -Why choosing the right Data Layer matters for Microservices, to enable fast fulfilment of new business requirements and to enable solutions to scale to ever increasing demands -The implications of making the wrong choice, especially the pitfalls to avoid which would otherwise result in brittle unreliable and non-scalable solutions. -The Vodafone journey of adopting Microservices, using a MongoDB data layer, to quickly deliver its many new digital experience consumer applications spanning its global business. Best practices for combining Microservices, containers and the delivery of the persistence layer -Considerations for polyglot development strategies to enable the right tools to be used for the right job whilst avoiding the unbounded proliferation of technologies to support. You can expect a jam packed agenda, interactive demo, MongoDB SWAG, breakfast and lunch. Please ensure you register using this link to secure your place:

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This group is a place for developers to learn more about the non-relational, open source, document-oriented database MongoDB. MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database and many of the key committers often travel to London. So if you are facing challenges with MySQL or Postgres or Oracle and want to explore a more flexible, scalable alternative, please join us at one of our monthly sessions.

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