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MongoDB is the most popular NoSQL database in the market today. With support for real-time analytics, it is being used by many big enterprises for efficient and fast processing of data. The importance of NoSQL databases, and particularly MongoDB, has also increased with the rise of IoT.Spanning over 4 hours, this tutorial will show you how you can get the most out of MongoDBs advanced features with ease. After getting a quick overview of the basics of MongoDB, you will directly jump to covering the concepts related to advanced data modelling, complex querying, indexing and database operations. You will also implement a highly available MongoDB database for high performance by implementing techniques like sharding, aggregation and replication. Finally, you will also cover aspects like cloud deployment which is important when it comes to web applications, and integration with Hadoop for fast and efficient Big Data processing.By the end of this tutorial, you will have mastered all the concepts of MongoDB when it comes to querying, data modelling and the other database operations.About the AuthorRick Copeland is the Principal Consultant of Arborian Consulting, which provides MongoDB and Python-focused consulting, training, and custom development services. Rick has been using MongoDB since 2009 and Python since 2005, and has spoken at various user groups and conferences on both topics. He is a member of the Python Software Foundation and the Masters of MongoDB.
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