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8 Grave Mistakes That Startups Make

In our upcoming webinar, Andriy Okhrimets, CTO at Svitla Systems, will share his rich experience based on working with 40+ startups which earned him a front-row seat to the successes and failures that make or break a startup.


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BizTalk NoS: Your BizTalk Dev Buddy

BizTalk NoS is our free Visual Studio Add-in that makes life of BizTalk developers easier. For example, with this tool you can directly test BizTalk Pipelines and Pipeline components in Visual Studio, easily find artifacts in your solutions, understand dependencies between assemblies, reduce build and deploy times, and much more.


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Succeeding with a Modern Cloud Data Architecture


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Extreme MongoDB Atlas in Practice

Come to this talk to learn how we work with customers to leverage MongoDB Atlas to support emerging and demanding use-cases, such as globally distributed applications, real-time event processing with Kafka, and integration with Realm.


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Scalable IoT Projects with MongoDB Gaining Value from IoT Digital Twins

A Digital Twin is a digital replica of a physical entity; the Internet of Things is a system of interrelated devices. While companies with sound IoT solutions can generate a compound effect on revenues and cost north of 15%, only ~30% of relevant IoT projects are in company-wide roll-out as delivering IoT at scale requires the ability to extract, interpret, and harmonize data from disparate systems that were not designed to work together.


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Lets Encrypt At Scale

Created in 2014, Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated certificate authority that allows anyone to get TLS certificates for their domains. Getting started with Let’s Encrypt is easy, but using it to manage TLS certificates at scale presents some unique challenges.


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Building Your First GraphQL Client in JS

In this talk, you will learn about GraphQL - a standard that unifies server and client communication and how to use it with MongoDB . GraphQL was designed to address several known flaws with RESTful APIs, specifically around things like non-standard CRUD operations, response validation, error handling, in-memory state management, etc.


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7 Serverless Functions to Impress your Friends at Parties

Whether you’ve been creating serverless applications for years or are new to the party, this session is designed to show some novel and compelling ways to use serverless Functions. Using MongoDB Realm’s Functions and Triggers, we’ll demo a few key cases and examples from processing changes to simplifying user management to creating a backend for an application.


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