A fundamental requirement of running a mission-critical application is being able to achieve and sustain high performance with your database.
Database performance tuning encompasses the steps you can take to optimize performance with the goal of maximizing the use of system resources for greater efficiency. By fine-tuning certain database elements such as index use, query structure, data models, system configuration (e.g., hardware and OS settings), and application design, you can significantly impact the overall performance of your application.
MongoDB is a database built for high performance deployments at scale. For this reason and more, thousands of organizations and over a third of the Fortune 100 count on MongoDB to help them deliver innovative, lower cost applications that result in competitive advantage.
Read our white paper to learn about performance best practices for MongoDB. With insights from the experts who develop and work on MongoDB every day, this paper offers recommendations on performance tuning across several key areas including:
- File system and storage optimization
- Amazon EC2
- Index configurations
- Hardware, application patterns, schema design and indexing