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Building an open-source MongoDB-compatible database on top of PostgreSQL

In this talk, we will explore the world of building an open-source MongoDB-compatible database on top of PostgreSQL. We'll dive into the motivations behind the project, the technical challenges faced, and our approach to achieving compatibility with MongoDB.

Key Takeaways:
  • Understand the motivations and benefits of creating and using an open-source MongoDB-compatible database on PostgreSQL.
  • Gain insights into the technical challenges involved in achieving compatibility and how they were overcome.
  • Discover how this project empowers developers with the flexibility of MongoDB and the reliability of PostgreSQL.
  • Learn about our experience in building open-source solutions and the lessons we've learned along the way.
  • Difficulty Any level
  • Speech type Lightning talk 20min

Elena Grahovac
Director of Engineering at FerretDB
Elena is the Director of Engineering at FerretDB. With over 15 years of experience in software engineering, she specializes in reliability, particularly in developing high-availability applications using Go, and in building teams capable of creating such applications.
Participation is necessary
But closed. Sold out already. See you next year.

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