SpringPeople Introduction to MongoDB Administration

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SpringPeople Introduction to MongoDB training is for Application Developers who are currently evaluating the use of MongoDB in their projects.

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SpringPeople Introduction to MongoDB Administration

  1. 1. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved.© SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Introduction to MongoDB
  2. 2. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. What is MongoDB? • MongoDB is a NoSQL store - NoSQL revolution happened to solve the many issues faced with storing web-scale data in relational databases • It doesn't use SQL to store and retrieve data • Widely adopted in web applications these days • No clear winner and therefore difficult to choose among alternatives
  3. 3. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Key Features - MongoDB • The document data model • Ad-hoc queries • Secondary indexes • Replication • Speed & Durability • Scaling
  4. 4. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. MongoDB Concepts Database • A single MongoDB server can have many databases Collections • Collections are a group of Documents (sort of like RDBMS tables) Documents • A record in a MongoDB collection with a maximum size of 16MB Fields • One name-value pair in a document & is analogous to columns in a relational database
  5. 5. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. MongoDB – Hands-On Use-Cases • Blog posts and Comments • E-commerce data – Products and categories – Users and their orders – Reviews of products • LinkedIn Profile Analysis – A person and his/her education and experience
  6. 6. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Hands-On – CUD of CRUD • LinkedIn case study – JSON document for Profile • C of CRUD – Insert documents – Get, Change, Save • U of CRUD – Update a document – Update multiple documents • D of CRUD – Remove – Drop
  7. 7. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Hands-On – R of CRUD • Find documents – Find all documents - find – Find a single document - findOne – Specify a condition – Specify multiple conditions – Specifying conditions on sub-documents
  8. 8. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Indexing • Understanding the need for indexing • The explain • Creating an index • Creating an index with a unique field • Indexes with multiple fields (compound indexes) • Hashed Indexes • Sparsed Indexes • Removing an index • Displaying all indexes • Indexes that support covered queries
  9. 9. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Replication Why Replication? • Redundancy • Fail-over • Maintenance • Load Balancing Replication Setups • Master/Slave Replication • Replica Set Setup • Arbiter • Finding status via rs.status() on Primary • Fail-over
  10. 10. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Replication – Oplogs and Heartbeat • Oplog – Capped Collections that is present in a database called local on every replicating node – Location: Database: local, Collection: oplog.rs – Changing the oplog size (via mongod config) • Heartbeat – A 2-second ping with other members that helps the replica set determine if a node has gone down
  11. 11. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Authentication • Adding the admin user • Adding individual users • Starting the server with auth enabled • Using authentication • Replica sets and authentication
  12. 12. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Sharding • Idea of sharding • How is sharding different from replication? • The different servers involved – Shards – Routers – Config Servers • Sharding without replication • Sharding with replication • Sharding with security enabled • Bad shard keys • Choosing ideal shard keys
  13. 13. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Backup, Repair, Import, Export • Backing up the data directory • Issue with backing up the data directory • Using fsync and lock • mongodump • mongorestore • Bsondump • mongoimport • mongoexport
  14. 14. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Monitoring Admin UI • Getting database information via the UI • HTTP REST based interface Monitoring • serverStatus • dbStats • collStats • mongostat • mongotop • mongosniff
  15. 15. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Leftovers • Production Checklist • Write concern in replica sets • Full Text Search • Map/Reduce • GridFS
  16. 16. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Become a MongoDB Expert In 3 Days Flat Attend the 3-Days “MongoDB Administration Workshop” View Complete Details
  17. 17. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. Who will benefit? Application Developers who are currently evaluating the use of MongoDB in their projects View Complete Details
  18. 18. © SpringPeople Software Private Limited, All Rights Reserved. For further info/assistance contact training@springpeople.com +91 80 65679700 www.springpeople.com Certified Partner For

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