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How to monitor MongoDB (if you’re really a MySQL DBA) - Webinar Replay & Slides

These are the replay details for the second webinar of the ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’ series, during which we demonstrated how to monitor MongoDB and discussed the most important metrics to keep an eye on.

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Become a MongoDB DBA: Monitoring and Trending (part 2)

This is our fourth post in the “Become a MongoDB DBA” blog series. It will give a deep dive in monitoring MongoDB: which metrics should you pay attention to, and why?

Sign up for our webinar on monitoring MongoDB (if you’re really a MySQL DBA)

In this second webinar of the ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’ series, we will show you how to monitor MongoDB and discuss the most important metrics to keep an eye on.

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Become a MongoDB DBA: Monitoring and Trending (part 1)

This is our third post in the “Become a MongoDB DBA” blog series. It will give a primer in monitoring MongoDB: how to ship metrics using free open source tools.

Webinar: Become a MongoDB DBA - What to Monitor (if you’re really a MySQLer)

In this second webinar of the ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’ series, we will show you how…

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Become a MongoDB DBA: The Basics of MongoDB Configuration

This is our second post in the “Become a MongoDB DBA” blog series. It covers configuration of MongoDB, especially around ReplicaSet, security, authorization, SSL and HTTP / REST api.

Become a MongoDB DBA: MySQL vs MongoDB - Deployment & Provisioning

This post is the first in the “Become a MongoDB DBA” blog series and will cover provisioning and deployment.

Watch the replay: Become a MongoDB DBA (if you’re really a MySQL user)

These are replay details for our new webinar series: ‘How to Become a MongoDB DBA’.

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High Availability Log Processing with Graylog, MongoDB and ElasticSearch

This blog post discusses how to deploy a Graylog cluster, with a MongoDB Replica Set deployed using ClusterControl.

How to Configure Drupal with MongoDB Replica Set

Drupal’s modular setup allows for different datastores to be integrated as modules, this allows sites to store different types of Drupal data into MongoDB. You can choose to store Drupal’s cache, session, watchdog, block information, queue and field storage data in either a standalone MongoDB instance or in a MongoDB Replica Set in conjunction with MySQL as the default datastore. If you’re looking at clustering your entire Drupal setup, then see this blog on how to cluster MySQL and the file system.

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