Configure Users

Demos are nice. As stated in the last section, they’re a great way to quickly pitch something to our CTO, for example.

When it’s time to get real, we need something a little more scalable. There are other ways to register the users that need access to our system. Odds are pretty good, however, that our Security Ops team will want to manage that repository with separate tools.

Imagine that the Security team’s user management tool is also based on MongoDB. It could be any other data store. The fundamental concept of storing a collection of users along with their passwords and roles is the same.

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