Hi. I'm Jason Hall, and I'm the MongoDB subject matter expert for performance monitoring at Quest Software. MongoDB usage is exploding in the industry. Chances are, your organization is already running MongoDB or at least considering its use in future application development.
Non-relational database systems, such as MongoDB, brings significant advantages to their users. However, it can be a struggle to incorporate MongoDB alongside a company's existing deployment of relational databases. We understand that this is a huge challenge for enterprise DBAs.
While MongoDB has some similarities with traditional relational databases, the way that availability, performance, and capacity are managed is unique. MongoDB's distributed architecture, which may involve replica sets and sharded clusters, only adds to the complexity of ensuring a highly available and well-performing environment. Companies that do not have an efficient way of managing MongoDB often struggle to realize the benefits that the platform can provide them.
What if you could proactively manage the health of your MongoDB infrastructure? What if you could have deep insight into the distributed architecture of MongoDB, including replica sets for high availability and sharding for scale-out clustering? What if you could also efficiently share all of your findings with those that require information-- developers, admins, and management-- through a set of customizable dashboards and reports?
Foglight can help with all of these tasks, while also helping your organization with their broader cross-platform needs, to centralize the management of relational, open source, and non-relational databases, like PostgreSQL and Cassandra, providing consistent workflows around alerting and notification, real-time and historical diagnostics and reporting, all combined with unmatched analytics of collected data. Implementing Foglight for MongoDB will make your job easier and help to ensure the health and performance of your entire database environment.
Ready to learn more? Take a look at the information below. And if you'd like to try Foglight out for yourself, you'll find a link to a fully functional 30-day trial.