Synopsis of Mydbops 8th edition of MyWebinar

We are merry & galvanized for bestowing seeds of cognizance to our opensource database community.

Thank you to all those who attended in our 8th edition of MyWebinar.  We hope our session was able to elevate & seam your workmanship to perfection. We are committed in giving back to our opensource database community by hosting more LIVE in the coming days.

Manosh Malai, CTO, Mydbops was successful in making this event more interactive, engaging, and, most importantly, productive for the audience. Thank you for your continuous contribution to the opensource community.

Topic: Evolution of MongoDB replica set and it’s best practices

Date: 28th of August, 2021.

The most important takeaways are:

A meticulous presentation on:


Scaling MongoDB

Horizontal & Vertical scaling

MongoDB replication set & it’s best practices:

Asynchronous replication

Automatic failover

Odd number of replica member

Read and write replica settings

Secondary memory type

Replica set best practices

MongoDB evolution and it’s recent exciting features:

Evolution of MongoDB Replica Set

Resumable Initial Sync – From MongoDB 4.4

Resumable Initial Sync Monitoring – From MongoDB 4.4

Streaming Replication – From MongoDB 4.4

Streaming Replication – From MongoDB 4.4

Minimum Oplog Retention Period – From MongoDB 4.4

Mirrored Reads – From MongoDB 4.4

Simultaneous Indexing – From MongoDB 4.4

The Q&A session was not only chat-based, but also interactive.

In case you were unable to attend, or would like to re-watch the webinar at your leisure, Please follow the link below:

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