Sani Yusuf PRO
Founder Of Haibrid. Co-Organiser Of Ionic UK. I Am Good At Making You Want To Use Ionic.
Founder Of Haibrid
Mongo London Leader
Big Fan Of Avatar Movie
This is not a Game of Thrones talk
Tyrion is great
Night king's death was meeh
Tell Cersei it was me
Personally identifiable data
If you work in healthcare, you are screwed
Comes up with 1000 new requirements
Requires an API endpoint for each requirement
Probably wants you to connect to some 3rd party API
Select your own cloud provider
Select your data location
Offer multi-cloud region
Scale as you use
Nigerian For Any Questions?
By Sani Yusuf
Modern applications all have one thing in common: They need secure data access to provide users. Purists will turn to some native Cloud infrastructure, spend days reading about how to spin up a server and add all the extras required to run an app. Another technique is to use ready-made DB as a service tool with out-of-the-box integration for data access. Both approaches are very valid, but we often make sacrifices and let go of specific features with each choice. What if we want to add hosting, how do we automate webhooks, can we migrate to a different infrastructure at a moment's notice? We must go far away to an entirely different Realm to achieve this. This is where we discuss the Mongo Atlas services with the Realm-Web SDK. Think of a ready-made suite with all you need. Authentication, GraphQL, Cloud Functions, and many more are just among the features we will be demonstrating live.