Top 6 MySQL Monitors’ Charting Tools
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An impressive query optimization tool can impact optimization of MySQL Server to a great extent. Add visual reporting to that and voila! you have a delightful MySQL reporting tool at your disposal. Listed below are some top charting tools that can monitor your MySQL best:
MONyog is an agentless MySQL monitoring tool. It finds and informs about issues, notifying the user, before they are outaged. MONyog also helps you ascertain when server resources are running out so that you can plan for an replenishment beforehand. It provides more than 40 MySQL and system metric charts that help the user identify the problematic SQL corresponding to the spikes in charts. The user can ascertain this by zooming and viewing the queries in that specific spike. You can also see the charts and metrics in real-time thereby proactively monitoring the MySQL servers.
MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface is a web-based interface. This tool provides a quick overview of the current status of your server via a single-page monitor. It hosts a Heat Chart table that the current status of all the servers and indicates issues by highlighting them. It also has Query Analyzer that helps you identify problem queries. A What’s New tab is also available to provide a live connection to the Oracle Support site for information on updates.
Anemometer is an open source query performance analyzing and visualization tool with interactive reporting features. Anemometer represents data collected from the MySQL Slow Query Log in a visual form. This tool helps you analyze and visualize the log to get a hold on queries, making it easier to figure out what to optimize and how to track performance, over time. It requires pt-query-digest from percona and web server with php for its functioning. This could be useful for graphing reports, explaining queries, displaying table status and CREATE statements.
Jet Profiler is an user-friendly, real-time query performance and diagnostic tool. This tool focuses on queries, tables and users, providing information for quick fixes for performance related issues. The data is visually represented in the form of charts and tables. The data collection is done on the app. itself enabling minimal server overheads.
VividCortex is a unified suite of performance monitoring tools that uses the bubble visualization to visually represent the analysis of latency and query performance, such that the source of the problems can be pointed out easily. VividCortex provides an in-depth consolidation of insights. Data collections happen in a one second resolution. These include queries in all databases, counters and status metrics, operating system host metrics like disc, network and per-process metrics such as CPU and memory.
Anturis is a cloud-based monitoring tool that does not require additional hardware resources or installation or maintenance. It is easily scalable and works with different infrastructure types, be it the physical, hybrid or cloud. It is ideal for both external and internal monitoring of the company’s web services/IT infrastructure, respectively. It can monitor Swap Usage, Log Files, Active Directory, amongst other metrics and parameters.
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