Thomas Boyd, Principal Solutions Architect, MongoDB
MongoDB Evenings San Francisco
March 21, 2017
MongoDB 3.4 was released in November 2016 and contains a wealth of new features that allow developers, DBAs, architects, and data scientists to tackle a wide variety of use cases. After an overview of 3.4, Thomas will provide a deep dive on using MongoDB views to encapsulate complex aggregation logic and to enhance MongoDB security, using zones to create a cross-continent, multi-master MongoDB cluster, and using MongoDB Compass to browse and interact with the data stored in your cluster.