Severalnines Blog
The automation and management blog for open source databases

Severalnines blog

Filter by:
Apply (1) filters
68 blog posts in 1 category

How to Monitor your Database Servers using ClusterControl CLI

In this blog post, we will show you how you can monitoring your database clusters using your terminal and the s9s Command Line Interface.

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.

Performance Monitoring & Auditing PostgreSQL - Top Resources

This blog provides a collection of the top resources from Severalnines about monitoring & auditing your PostgreSQL database environments.

Monitoring your Databases with ClusterControl

Observability is critical piece of the operations puzzle - you have to be able to tell the state of your systems based on trending data presented in the form of graphs and alerts. Ideally, this data will be available from one single location. This blog explains how ClusterControl can work as a monitoring hub for all your database systems.

PostgreSQL Log Analysis with pgBadger

pgBadger is a PostgreSQL log analyzer, it takes the log output from a running PostgreSQL instance and processes it into an HTML file. The report it generates can help shed light on errors happening in the system, checkpoint behavior, vacuum behavior, trends, and other basic, but crucial information for a PostgreSQL system. This blog provides an overview of pgBadger, as well as how to get the most out of it.

Decoding the MongoDB Error Logs

This blog provides a high level introduction to the MongoDB error logs, where to find them and how to understand common issues.

ChatOps - Managing MySQL, MongoDB & PostgreSQL from Slack

CCBot helps you monitor and manage your database Infrastructure from Slack. ChatOps is about bringing your DevOps work to your chats and conversations within a team, e.g. Slack. You can deploy database clusters, get status information, trigger backups, add nodes to your cluster or replication setup by talking to a chatbot, which understands ClusterControl commands.

PostgreSQL Audit Logging Best Practices

This blog provides an introduction to audit logging, why you should do it, and specific tips for doing it on your PostgreSQL database environment.

Watch the Webinar Replay: How to Measure Database Availability

Watch Part 2 of our database high availability webinar special. In this session we focus on how to measure database availability. It is notoriously hard to measure and report on, although it is an important KPI in any SLA between you and your customers. We discuss the different factors that affect database availability and see how one can measure database availability in a realistic way.

Key Things to Monitor in MongoDB

This blog provides an overview of the top things you should keep an eye on when managing a MongoDB database deployment.