Bangalore MongoDB for Administrators Training - May 2013
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 5:30 PM (IST)
This course covers everything a database administrator needs to know to successfully deploy and maintain a MongoDB database, diagnose performance issues, import and export data from MongoDB and establish the proper backup and restore routines.
MongoDB Training Agenda
Administrators Training, Part I: Day 1
Introduction to MongoDB
- What is MongoDB and Why?
- Core concepts
- Different deployment models
CRUD and the MongoDB Shell
- Introduction to the MongoDB API and the core concepts of documents and collections
- Overview of replication
- Setting up replica sets
Administrators Training, Part II: Day 2
- Overview of sharding
- How sharding affects application design
- Getting information about MongoDB
- Performance indicators
- Typical monitoring setup
- How to integrate with custom monitoring solutions
- Red flags: things to watch for
Backups and Recovery
- mongodump based approaches
- File system/storage level approaches
Additional Topics as Time and Interest Permit
Q & A and Hands-on Work
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When & Where
MongoDB University can help customers build, run and deploy applications on MongoDB through professional training. The training enables organizations to improve developer and end-user experience, reduce time to market, decrease deployment and operational costs and lower business risk.
As part of our offerings, we deliver public in-person training classes taught around the world by our own instructors and engineers. Classes include lessons with follow-up exercises and hands-on labs to solidify your understanding of MongoDB. We limit our class sizes to a maximum of 12 students per instructor. This ratio optimizes the individual attention students receive while they develop their skills. We also offer private on-site training.