Invisible Infrastructure Meets NoSQL: MongoDB Best Practices on Nutanix

MongoDB is one of the most popular NoSQL databases available and counts companies including Craigslist, eBay, Foursquare, and others as its users. View this webinar to learn best practices for deploying MongoDB on the Nutanix web-scale architecture and for making infrastructure invisible, so you can focus on the application.

Nutanix is MongoDB Enterprise-certified as an infrastructure-as-a-service platform, verified as a means of creating a private cloud, not just a storage solution. In this webinar, experts in the technology concisely explain how the Nutanix architecture complements MongoDB's key advantages of high performance, scalability, and ease of deployment. Some of the primary benefits of running MongoDB on Nutanix discussed include:

  • It's a simple, fast solution for setting up a unified data platform for multiple large-scale virtualized MongoDB workloads, with an elegant management interface and rapid cloning for VMs.
  • The ability to add new nodes with one click means that DevOps and agile workflows aren't held up by the usual operational constraints. You can scale up as needed, without having to overprovision or manage lengthy upgrades during burst workloads.
  • The expansive SSD cache keeps your entire working set in memory as recommended by MongoDB, and data locality keeps latency to a minimum.
  • Intelligent data tiering helps maintain favorable I/O response and throughput when memory-based database operations spill out of RAM.
  • Point-in-time (PIT) snapshots greatly streamline backing up your MongoDB database, even in a sharded configuration.

The webinar also provides best practices for achieving performance at scale, as well as specific configuration steps and recommendations.

Presenters

Ray Hassan, Senior Solution Engineer, Nutanix
Buzz Moschetti, Enterprise Architect, MongoDB
Paul Updike, Sr. Manager, Solutions & Performance Engineering, Nutanix

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Webinar Highlights

  • It's a simple, fast solution for setting up a unified data platform for multiple large-scale virtualized MondoDB workloads, with an elegant management interface and rapid cloning for VMs.
  • The ability to add new nodes with one click means that DevOps and agile workflows aren't held up by the usual operational constraints. You can scale up as needed, without having to overprovision or manage lengthy upgrades during burst workloads.
  • The expansive SSD cache keeps your entire working set in memory as recommended by MongoDB, and data locality keeps latency to a minimum.
  • Intelligent data tiering helps maintain favorable I/O response and throughput when memory-based database operations spill out of RAM.
  • Point-in-time (PIT) snapshots greatly streamline backing up your MongoDB database, even in a sharded configuration.

Presenters

Ray Hassan, Senior Solution Engineer, Nutanix
Buzz Moschetti, Enterprise Architect, MongoDB
Paul Updike, Sr. Manager, Solutions & Performance Engineering, Nutanix
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