Data delivery performance on MongoDB generated by WSN over high data load

Mochammad Hannats Hanafi Ichsan, Buce Trias Hanggara, Rakhmadhany Primananda


Wireless sensor networks (WSN) Environment is a collection of nodes that sensing and sending data to other nodes in a large number of nodes. One of the WSN concepts is continuous or periodic data collection, then the data obtained can be further processed. From this process, it is possible to produce large data, so the process of sending and storing data becomes a high load. Data obtained from WSN nodes vary greatly, which affects on sending and storing of data. Therefore, a study is needed to analyze WSN's ability to send and store large amounts of data. Message query telemetry protocol (MQTT) is used because it could save resources on communication and MongoDB used because it does not have the concept of tables and rows, this is very suitable for variations in data generated by WSN. In this study, it can be concluded that the performance of MongoDB on high data amount is acceptable, so MongoDB is highly recommended for WSN implementation.


data delivery; high load data; MonggoDB; MQTT; WSN;

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