When selecting a monitoring solution, you want to consider the track record of the vendor’s support services in addition to the product itself. Quest’s support and account management teams are passionate about issue resolution and ensuring our customers are completely satisfied. In fact, they’ve won multiple awards that confirm our exceptional dedication and unique way of delivering an excellent customer experience:
Because organizations are adopting multiple database platforms, virtualization technologies, and cloud platforms for new applications, your monitoring provider should encapsulate multiple platform expertise. Today’s database teams need performance metrics and diagnostic capabilities so they can identify the root cause of an issue that’s specific to their platforms. Platform-specific intelligence is already built into Foglight, so you can:
Foglight’s feature rich workload analysis and diagnostic toolset makes it ideal for microservices monitoring.
Yes, Foglight monitors MySQL and MongoDB, along with 9 other types of databases at this time. You simply license Foglight for the database instances you wish to monitor. There are out-of-the-box dashboards available for licensed DBMS types. Each monitored instance appears in the Databases Global View so you can launch your database performance investigations from that single location.
Elevated credentials are not required for the Foglight user to view monitoring information. Only the Foglight collection mechanism requires certain privileges for the DBMS as Foglight executes lightweight queries. Foglight stores those credentials securely in the product's own "lockbox" mechanism.