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Effective Monitoring of MySQL With SCUMM Dashboards - Part 3

In this 3rd part of the blog series, we’ll discuss what ClusterControl’s new InnoDB Metrics and MySQL Performance dashboards have to offer. These dashboards provide a pretty in-depth view of MySQL performance. We’ll go through the different graphs, and see how a DBA can leverage them.

Simple Scheduling of Maintenance Windows across your Database Clusters

Maintenance is something that an operation team can not avoid. ClusterControl can be configured to simplify your maintenance routines. In this post, we’ll show you some advanced use cases of cluster-wide maintenance with iterations using ClusterControl CLI.

Effective Monitoring of MySQL Replication with SCUMM Dashboards - Part 2

The new release of ClusterControl 1.7.0 introduces SCUMM (Severalnines ClusterControl Unified Management and Monitoring). Monitoring MySQL with SCUMM Part 1 adds the efficiency and productivity for a MySQL Database Administrator.

Effective Monitoring of MySQL with SCUMM Dashboards Part 1


The new release of ClusterControl 1.7.0 introduces SCUMM (Severalnines ClusterControl Unified Management and Monitoring). SCUMM comes with a number of new dashboards that make database ops teams more efficient and productive. In this blog, we’ll look at how to leverage the MySQL Overview dashboard.

ClusterControl Developer Studio: Creating an Advisor to check for SELinux and Meltdown/Spectre Part 2

Advisors are a great way to extend the ClusterControl functionality and implement your own security check mechanism. It provides basic Web UI reporting, can send email alarms, and manage scripts directly through the Developer Studio..

In this part 2 of blog series, we will show you how to integrate Meltdown/Spectre vulnerability checks, setup an alarm, and debug your JS script.

ClusterControl Developer Studio: Using ClusterControl Advisor to create checks for SELinux and Meltdown/Spectre Part 1

ClusterControl Advisors is a great feature that you can extend and implement as your own security check mechanism that provides basic Web UI alarms, send email alarms, and script management directly through our Developer Studio.

In this part 1 of a blog series, we’re showing you how to check SELinux and Meltdown/Spectre vulnerability to get alarms and be notified as to the state of your servers.

How to Monitor Your ProxySQL with Prometheus and ClusterControl

In this blog post, we’ll look into how to monitor your ProxySQL instances in-depth using ClusterControl’s new agent-based monitoring approach with Prometheus.

How to Monitor MySQL or MariaDB Galera Cluster with Prometheus Using SCUMM

In this blog, we will show you how to monitor Galera Cluster for MySQL or MariaDB using Prometheus. We will have a look at the newly released SCUMM architecture for agent-based monitoring and how ClusterControl deploys Prometheus and exporters to collect database metrics and the graphs available in the different dashboards.

Dynamic Monitoring of PostgreSQL Instances Using pg_top

This blog provides installation and usage instructions for pg_top, a tool used to monitor PostgreSQL databases from the command line.

A New Way to Personalize Your PostgreSQL Monitoring with Prometheus

In this blog, we will see a new way to personalize your PostgreSQL monitoring with Prometheus. We will have a look at the newly released SCUMM architecture, how ClusterControl deploys Prometheus and exporters to collect database metrics and the graphs available in the different dashboards.

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