Peter Schwaller (Percona) delivers the talk, "Time-Series Data in MongoDB on a Budget", on DAY 1 of the Percona Live Open Source Database Conference 2018, 4/24, at Santa Clara, CA.

You need to store and retain time-series data in MongoDB and HDDs can't keep up with your insert rate, but you can't afford to keep everything on SSD? Then this presentation is for you. You'll learn how to use sharding and shard tagging to keep your inserts and most recent data on the fast SSDs and your archived data on the cheap HDDs, and how to quickly and efficiently transition data from SSD to HDD. You'll also learn the best programming techniques for adding your time-series data and accessing the data as a stream without missing any data points.

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