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MongoDB is a successful database in the NoSQL space, mostly used for OLTP-type workloads. However, due to the lack of ACID (transactions in particular) and significant performance issues with OLAP/DW workloads, more and more MongoDB users are considering migrating off of MongoDB to a RDBMS, where PostgreSQL is the usual choice. This represents a significant opportunity for the PostgreSQL ecosystem, to "bring NoSQL to SQL". This talk will present the challenges that MongoDB users are facing and the state of the art of the available tools and open source solutions available to perform ETL and live migrations to PostgreSQL. In particular, ToroDB Stampede will be discussed, an open source solution that replicates live from MongoDB, transform JSON documents into relational tables, and stores the data in PostgreSQL.
Moscow, Bersenevskaya naberezhnaya, 6, str. 3 (metro station Kropotkinskaya, Polyanka, Tretyakovskaya).
PgConf.Russia 2016, the international Russian PostgreSQL conference, took place in Moscow on February 3-5 2016. The conference hosted a panel discussion with government and big companies representatives, including A. Nikiforov, Minister of Telecommunications and G. Klimenko, recently appointed Advisor to the President of Russian Federation. 50 regular and 11 lightning talks and 7 tutorials where given at the conference by Russian and foreign speakers. The total number of participants was 602.
PgConf.Russia 2015 was held in Moscow on February 5-6 2015 PgConf.Russia 2015. The conference attracted 460 participants from Russia and abroad. 30% of the talks were given in English with simultaneous translation to Russian.