- Recorded Date:Jun. 12, 2018
- Event:On Demand
Are you managing open source and non-relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and Cassandra, right alongside your relational databases like SQL Server and Oracle? While these systems come with the same set of challenges most DBAs are used to ensuring availability, diagnosing performance problems and monitoring capacity, just to name a few each database platform has its own set of processes and workflows for collecting and analyzing data.
What you will learn
In this session, you'll learn how Foglight lets you centrally monitor, diagnose and report on open source databases in a single pane of glass, which includes coverage of your SQL Server, Oracle and DB2 deployments.
You'll see how to easily:
- Centralize visibility into the health and status of MySQL (including MariaDB), PostgreSQL, MongoDB and Cassandra.
- Set up and receive alerts for critical problems in your database environment.
- Diagnose both real-time and historical performance problems.
- Dig into poor performing queries.
- Report on database availability and health.
- Improve database performance monitoring and open source database management.