Get yourself trained on MongoDB Administration with this Online Training MongoDB Administration.
Online Training MongoDB Administration
MongoDB is a very popular open source cross-platform document-oriented database program. This comprehensive tutorial is your one-stop guide to all the aspects of MongoDB administration. You will start with jumping into the configuration, indexing and aggregation aspects of MongoDB. Youll also see how you can optimize your query performance. Later, well explore the core administration tasks such as deployment, replication, sharding, and application. This course will equip you with all the skills you need to manage a highly efficient database.About the AuthorJayant Mohite has been a Big Data Consultant for the last seven years and has delivered training and support to more than 40 companies including top ones such as TCS, Synechron, PWC, SAP, HP and Vodafone. He is a trainer and consultant in his own Training & Development Platform. He has been associated with MongoDB as their official technology partner. He is also a reseller partner for IBM has worked on more than 8 projects on MongoDB. He has worked with HP as an author of Big Data Book for Micro Focus.
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