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Database Monitoring - Troubleshooting Prometheus with SCUMM Dashboards

Our SCUMM dashboards rely on Prometheus and exporters to provide high-resolution monitoring data. However, there are cases when dashboards may not load. This blog goes through some troubleshooting guidelines.

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.

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.

Introducing SCUMM: the agent-based database monitoring infrastructure in ClusterControl

This blog introduces SCUMM - Severalnines CMON Unified Monitoring and Management - our new agent-based monitoring infrastructure, which is the cornerstone of our latest ClusterControl release.

MySQL on Docker: How to Monitor MySQL Containers with Prometheus - Part 1 - Deployment on Standalone and Swarm

Prometheus is an open-source software for monitoring and alerting, it depends on exporters to ‘scrape’ information from e.g., MySQL running on Docker. In this blog, we’ll see how to deploy the database as well as the monitoring stack with Prometheus and its components. We’ll do this for both MySQL running on standalone Docker containers as well as a Galera Cluster running on Docker Swarm.