You’ve just been handed access to Foglight. Now what? These basic sessions will help any NEW Foglight administrator or user get familiar with the tool. We suggest you start here in order to understand the fundamentals of Foglight before proceeding.
Learn more about customizing Foglight to integrate additional data from devices beyond databases and infrastructure.
Foglight fires alarms when something being monitored is experiencing a lower- or higher-than-desired level, or “abnormal” behavior. You can help Foglight understand what “reasonable” levels of performance are, and which problems result in email notifications. Learn the finer points of configuring and controlling the volume of alarms in Foglight.
Put to use some of the built-in facilities of Foglight to make your monitoring even more effective and valuable: registry variables, schedules, services, and the security model.
Many Foglight users wish to produce reports or custom views that visualize important key performance indicators about some of the monitored things in their environment. Reports can be produced and shared, whether template out-of-the-box reports or custom-built reports. Online screens, or dashboards, can be custom-built, too. Learn some techniques to help you see and share your monitor information.
Learn how to interpret and react to various types of alarms and to problematic resource usage by workloads. Equip yourself to track down causes of degrading performance.
Understand how Foglight’s architecture can affect the availability and the performance of your monitoring.
A well-maintained monitoring environment will be healthier and more useful. Find out some of the key techniques to use, and places to look for help, to bolster the health of Foglight.
Database cartridges allow you to monitor your database instances. But you can boost the power of your monitoring by adding one or more of these features.
Many of the capabilities and techniques covered by the other recorded webcasts in this index are common across whatever type of database you are monitoring. But each platform has its own operating and processing challenges, and unique terminology. Learn some of those distinctions of specific cartridges, including MySQL and Cassandra.
Query tuning is key to peak performance databases. However, lots of developers and DBAs constantly struggle to pinpoint the root cause of performance issues and spend way too much time in trying to fix them. Quest Foglight can quickly help you find which queries to focus on and fix. By utilizing Foglight’s multi-dimensional Performance Investigator and Quest’s SQL Optimizer, you can quickly rewrite the query or, discover the best index to use.