This article was originally written by MICK EMMETT
We live in the “data era”. A database of one kind or another lives at the core of virtually every application on the planet. As such, you better monitor your database performance and availability metrics and you better have alerting and anomaly detection mechanisms to notify you when things go awry before your users start calling you and the spiky-haired boss storms in.
We’re happy to announce MySQL performance monitoring being added to our SPM Performance Monitoring platform. The addition of MySQL monitoring complements Memcached performance monitoring we announced earlier today, HBase monitoring as well as the Redis monitoring we added earlier this year. We’re also announcing other great new additions to SPM in the coming days. Watch this space for details…
The latest release of SPM covers over 150 different MySQL metrics you can monitor, such as:
- Slow queries
- Data in/out
- …and many more
Here’s a glimpse into what SPM for MySQL provides – click on an image to see the full view or look at the actual SPM live demo:
MySQL Queries/Questions Rate
MySQL Cache Usage
MySQL Table Stats
Please tell us what you think – @sematext is always listening! Is there something SPM doesn’t monitor that you would really like to monitor?
Why Have Something to Just Monitor MySQL?
…When you can monitor almost everything with one solution — SPM. Many organizations tackle performance monitoring with a mish-mash of different monitoring and alerting tools cobbled together in an uneasy coexistence that is often far from seamless. Think Ganglia+Nagios. SPM takes all that hassle away and makes it easy and comprehensive in one step.
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