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Sponsored by:   Mongo DB - Google Cloud


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Kubernetes allows developers to more easily manage containerized workloads and services with faster deployment, hardened security, and dynamic scaling and optimization. But how can you most effectively use this open source platform (commonly accessed via the Google Kubernetes Engine environment) with a service like MongoDB Atlas, which requires Kubernetes to have specific MongoDB domain knowledge?

In this presentation, MongoDB developer advocate Joel Lord and Google Cloud developer advocate Mofizur Rahman will walk you through the benefits of containerization and Kubernetes and how you can use the MongoDB Atlas Kubernetes Operator to manage the data services in your apps that have been built through MongoDB within GKE.

You’ll learn the benefits of containers and Kubernetes, get a demo of how to deploy an application with GKE and the Atlas Operator and learn about the many use cases where the Operator can streamline development, including network peering, database role management, database auditing, cloud backup and more.

After this presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to ask our experts questions in a dedicated Q&A.

The live program (20-min presentation followed by Q&A) will focus around Kubernetes:

  • Containers and Kubernetes for DevOps
  • Container orchestration with GKE
  • MongoDB Atlas Kubernetes Operator
  • Deploying an application with GKE and the Atlas Operator
Mofizur Rahman
Developer Advocate - Google
Mofizur Rahman (@moficodes) is a Developer Advocate at Google. His areas of focus these days are GKE, Batch Workload and Observability. He is also a member of the Kubernetes Sig ContribEx working group. His favorite programming language is Go. He also tinkers with Node, Python and Java. He is also learning and teaching in the Go, Kubernetes, Docker and Microservice community. He is a strong believer of the power of open source and the importance of giving back to the community. He is a self proclaimed sticker collecting addict and has collected several boxes full of stickers with no signs of stopping. He can talk about board games for days.
Joel Lord
Developer Advocate - MongoDB
Joel Lord (Developer Advocate) is passionate about the web and technology in general. He likes to learn new things, but most of all, he wants to share his discoveries. He does so by traveling at various conferences all across the globe. He graduated from college in computer programming in the last millennium. Apart from a little break to get his BSc in computational astrophysics, he was always in the industry. In his daily job, Joel is a developer advocate with MongoDB, where he connects with software engineers to help them make the web better by using best practices in web development. During his free time, he can be found stargazing on a campground somewhere or brewing a fresh batch of beer in his garage.

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