There are many different ways you can use queries in MongoDB to find the data you need. However, knowing which queries are slowing down your performance can be a challenge. In this webinar we’ll discuss the following:
How to perform ad-hoc queries on the database using the find or findOne functions and a query document.
How to query for ranges, set inclusion, inequalities, and more using $-conditionals.
How to use and sort queries that return a database cursor, which lazily returns batches of documents as you need them.
What pitfalls you can encounter when performing the many available meta operations perform on a cursor, including skipping a certain number of results, and limiting the number of results returned.
By the end of this webinar you will have a better understanding of which queries impact performance and how to leverage open source tools to monitor queries.