Foglight for Databases had an amazing year, with several releases for the various Database Cartridges. Here are some of the highlights of what we’ve done in 2017:
You can view a demo of the above features in the following YouTube video which covers how to solve the mysteries of SQL Server and Oracle Database performance problems : https://youtu.be/HsEBbgpVHOI
Additional features in this release:
Here are a few screenshots from this release:
Figure 1. Accessing advisories in Foglight Performance Investigator
Figure 2. Example of advisory
Figure 3. Workload activity highlights
Figure 4. MongoDB Service Report
Figure 5. Cassandra Cluster Summary
Figure 6. Galera Cluster Monitoring
Figure 7. MySQL Failed Logins Monitoring
Also worth mentioning, that in December 2016 we’ve delivered a very comprehensive release which included:
Server Configuration Comparison, Top Servers by Connections, Top Statements, Top Tables
Figure 8. On-Demand Explain Plans
In this article I’ve summarize the main releases we’ve delivered for Foglight for Databases during 2017, and what an amazing year it was. We want you to be happy using our products and therefore everything we’ve done is based on our customers’ feedback.
2018 will be an exciting year as well, as we will continue to invest heavily across all the various database cartridges. In addition, we will extend Foglight to support new data platforms.
Here is a list of some of the things we plan to do in 2018:
In addition, we plan extensive functionality enhancements to our NoSQL (i.e. MongoDB & Cassandra) and Open Source RDBMS Cartridges (i.e. PostgreSQL & MySQL) including (but not limited to): advisories, overview dashboard, as well as deployment and usability enhancements.
Disclaimer: Please note that these plans represent our intentions as of the date hereof, and our development plans and priorities are subject to change due to competitive factors, availability of resources and other matters common to software or hardware vendors. Accordingly, we cannot offer any commitments or other forms of assurance that we will ultimately release any or all of the above-described products on the schedule or in the order described, or at all.