MongoDB specific

Query Analytics for MongoDB

MongoDB is conceptually different from relational database management systems, such as MySQL or MariaDB. Relational database management systems store data in tables that represent single entities. In order to represent complex objects you may need to link records from multiple tables. MongoDB, on the other hand, uses the concept of a document where all essential information pertaining to a complex object is stored together.


A list of queries from a MongoDB host

QAN supports monitoring MongoDB queries. Although MongoDB is not a relational database management system, you analyze its databases and collections in the same interface using the same tools. By using the familiar and intuitive interface of QAN you can analyze the efficiency of your application reading and writing data in the collections of your MongoDB databases.

See also

What MongoDB versions are supported by QAN?
See more information about how to configure MongoDB

Analyze MongoDB queries using the same tools as relational database management systems.

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