Managing Enterprise JSON Workloads at Scale Without the Heavy Lifting


TUESDAY, JUNE 14 - 11 am PT / 2 pm ET


Do you self-manage JSON workloads at scale? And if so, how well is that working for you? As the volume and variety of your data increases, the answer to the second question is often, "not well". If you are looking for scalability, durability, and performance from your database without the patching, upgrading, and potential licensing headaches – it may be time to migrate to a fully managed service.

Engineered with scalable workloads in mind, Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a fully managed enterprise document database that allows compute and storage to scale independently. Designed for durability with 99.99% availability, DocumentDB replicates your data across three AWS Availability Zones. It also uses MongoDB drivers and tools, and provides migration services.

Join us as we discuss:

  • Why it may be time to migrate away from self-managed document databases
  • The benefits of Amazon DocumentDB and customer success stories
  • How to plan an efficient migration

Who should attend? Developers, IT leaders, BDMs, DevOps and DBAs

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Barry Morris
AWS GM of Elasticache, Timestream, and DocumentDB
Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research
and DBTA