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New webinar: how to automate and manage your MongoDB databases

Jean-Jérôme Schmidt
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Join us on October 24th for a different perspective on how to automate and manage your MongoDB or Percona Server for MongoDB databases.

In today’s business busy operations environments automation is key to performing fast, efficient and consistently repeatable software deployments and recovery. And there are many generic tools available, both commercial and open source, to aid with the automation of operational tasks.

However, there are a small number of specialist domain-specific automation tools available, and we are going to compare the MongoDB-relevant functionality of two of these products: MongoDB’s Ops Manager, and ClusterControl from Severalnines.

Sign up below to hear all about the differences between these tools, and how they help automate and manage MongoDB operations. We’ll be covering key aspects from installation and maintenance via backing up your deployments through to doing upgrades.

Date, Time & Registration

Europe/MEA/APAC

Tuesday, October 24th at 09:00 BST / 10:00 CEST (Germany, France, Sweden)

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North America/LatAm

Tuesday, October 24th at 09:00 PDT (US) / 12:00 EDT (US)

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Agenda

  • Installation and maintenance
  • Complexity of architecture
  • Options for redundancy
  • Comparative functionality
  • Monitoring, Dashboard, Alerting
  • Backing up your deployments
  • Automated deployment of advanced configurations
  • Upgrading existing deployments

Speaker

Ruairí Newman is passionate about all things cloud and automation and has worked for MongoDB, VMware and Amazon Web Services among others. He has a background in Operational Support Systems and Professional Services.

Prior to joining Severalnines, Ruairí worked for Huawei Ireland as Senior Cloud Solutions Architect on their Web Services project, where he advised on commodity cloud architecture and Monitoring technologies, and deployed and administered a Research & Development Openstack lab.