Please watch Percona’s Senior Technical Operations Specialist, Tim Vaillancourt, as he presents “Improve MongoDB Performance with Proper Queries”.
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.
MongoDB Atlas vs Managed Community Edition
Converting MongoDB to Percona Server for MongoDB
Moving MongoDB to the Cloud: Strategies and Points To Consider
Using MongoDB with Kafka - Use Cases and Best Practices - Antonio Giannopoulos - Percona Live ONLINE
In and out of the weeds with MongoDB 4.4 Hedged Reads - PLO October 2020
The State of MongoDB, Its Open Source Community, and Where Percona Is Going With It