Create apps smarter & faster using the MongoDB Atlas application data platform

Presentation MongoDB Atlas application data platform

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On April 22, Qualogy is organizing a lunch presentation with Emil Zegers from MongoDB. Emil will present at Qualogy’s head office in Rijswijk. The presentation can also be followed online. Interested?

Program Friday, April 22
11:30
welcome
12:00
lunch presentation: create apps smarter & faster using the MongoDB Atlas application data platform
13:00
follow-up discussion with coffee

Create apps smarter & faster using the MongoDB Atlas application data platform

A short introduction with hands-on demo to run your application services in a (multi) cloud distributed database before lunch break is finished.

Smarter?

Because you find support for transactional, search, analytics, mobile use cases and way more in one place, using data the way developers love, including the enterprise grade HA/DR, security & scalability requirements your organization demands. All readily available out of the box.

Faster?

Bring your ideas to market faster with an application data platform built on the leading modern database that allows you to deliver feature after feature. Drain the backlog before it drains you :-)

Sounds good, prove it!

Sure, and you are welcome to follow along with the demo! Check out the repo or even better, make sure you clone it already before the session. Have it ready together with a local MongoDB instance up & running, or jump to the cloud directly with a free MongoDB Atlas account.

Now let's see if we can really get two separate services to write and read data up & running in a multi cloud environment in less time than ordering a pizza!?

We look forward to seeing you.

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