Introduction

MongoDB is a high-performance and feature-rich NoSQL database that forms the backbone of the systems that power many different organizations – it’s easy to see why it’s the most popular NoSQL database on the market.

  • Get to grips with the latest features of MongoDB 3
  • Interact with the MongoDB server and perform a wide range of query operations from the shell
  • From administration to automation, this cookbook keeps you up to date with the world’s leading NoSQL database

 

Who This Course Is For

This book is engineered for anyone who is interested in managing data in an easy and efficient way using MongoDB. You do not need any prior knowledge of MongoDB, but it would be helpful if you have some programming experience in either Java or Python.

 

What You Will Learn

  • Install, configure, and administer MongoDB sharded clusters and replica sets
  • Begin writing applications using MongoDB in Java and Python languages
  • Initialize the server in three different modes with various configurations
  • Perform cloud deployment and introduce PaaS for Mongo
  • Discover frameworks and products built to improve developer productivity using Mongo
  • Take an in-depth look at the Mongo programming driver APIs in Java and Python
  • Set up enterprise class monitoring and backups of MongoDB

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 Course Contents

Overview – SQL/NoSQL

Datastore design considerations

Relational v/s NoSQL stores

Entities, Relationships and Database modeling

When to use Relational/NoSQL?

Categories of NoSQL stores

Examples of NoSQL stores

 

Data Formats

What are Data Formats?

Difference between Data Formats and Data Structures

Serializing and de-serializing data

The JSON Data Format

BSON Data Format

Advantages of BSON

 

MongoDB Concepts

Servers

Connections

Databases

Collections

Documents

CRUD

Indexes

 

Querying MongoDB

Query Expression Objects

Query Options

Cursors

Mongo Query Language

Dot Notation

Full Text Search

 

MongoDB CRUD

Insert (C)

Simple Query Examples (R)

Update (U)

Remove (D)

Advanced querying

Joins

Server-side v/s Client-side querying

Retrieving a subset of fields

Conditional operators

Aggregation

Grouping

Projections

Cursor Methods

MapReduce introduction

 

MongoDB Setup & Configuration

Installation

Basic configuration options

Replication

Master-Slave Replication

Adding and Removing Sources

Replica Sets

Nodes in a Replica Set

Using Slaves for Data Processing

How It Works

The Oplog

Syncing

Replication State and the Local Database

Blocking for Replication

Administration

Diagnostics

Changing the Oplog Size

Replication with Authentication

 

Administration

Starting and Stopping MongoDB

Starting from the Command Line

File-Based Configuration

Stopping MongoDB

 

MongoDB through the JavaScript shell

Diving into the MongoDB shell

Creating and querying with indexes

Sharding

Introduction to Sharding

Autosharding in MongoDB

When to Shard

The Key to Sharding: Shard Keys

Sharding an Existing Collection

Incrementing Shard Keys Versus Random Shard Keys

How Shard Keys Affect Operations

Setting Up Sharding

Starting the Servers

Sharding Data

Production Configuration

A Robust Config

Many mongos

A Sturdy Shard

Physical Servers

Sharding Administration

config Collections Sharding Commands

 

Monitoring

Using the Admin Interface

serverStatus

mongostat

Third-Party Plug-Ins

 

Security and Authentication

Authentication Basics

How Authentication Works

Other Security Considerations

 

Backup and Repair

Data File Backup

mongodump and mongorestore

fsync and Lock

Slave Backups

Repair

Document-oriented data

Principles of schema design

Designing an e-commerce data model

Nuts and bolts: on databases, collections, and documents

 

Queries and aggregation

E-commerce queries

MongoDB???s query language

Aggregating orders

Aggregation in detail

 

Updates, atomic operations, and deletes

A brief tour of document updates

E-commerce updates

Atomic document processing

Nuts and bolts: MongoDB updates and deletes

 

 

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