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Unified and comprehensive realtime monitoring of your entire database and server infrastructure. Gain access to 100+ key database and host metrics that matter to your operational performance. Visualize performance in custom dashboards to establish operational baselines and support capacity planning.
Proactively monitors and provides specific advice on how to address database and server issues, such as performance, security, log management, configuration and capacity planning. Ships with over 100 built-in advisors and easily write with your own customized advisors.
Advisors are mini-programs that can range from setting up a simple monitoring alert to a complex prediction engine for cluster-wide automation.
Integrate with your enterprise monitoring platform using our programmable API or one of our plugins for Nagios, Zabbix and Pagerduty. Leverage our chatbot, CCBot, to integrate with Slack, Flowdock, Hipchat, Campfire, IRC or any XMPP based chat service.
Generate on-demand or schedule reports on the operational health of your databases, service availability or resource usage for capacity planning.
Optimize your TCO by getting insight into underutilized databases, which systems are causing most downtime and which ones will need more capacity.
Yes, ClusterControl can connect to your database servers. You’ll start seeing monitoring data after a few minutes. More information in this blog.
ClusterControl integrates with a number of popular third-party tools for deployment and monitoring - from Docker images to Puppet modules, Chef cookbooks, Vagrant images, and Nagios/Zabbix/Syslog/PagerDuty plugins. More on our tools page.
Advisors encapsulate knowledge about how a database works. They analyze performance data and provide configuration recommendations to improve database performance. They help jumpstart the database tuning process without requiring sysadmins/ops to become database experts.
There are numerous open source monitoring solutions available, each addressing specific pain points. Graphite and Cacti provide trending. Nagios provides alerting and Statsd and Collectd gather raw metrics. Integrating these can be daunting. Databases though are not well served by the one-size-fits-all approach of these tools. ClusterControl provides more sophisticated analysis of performance than is provided by the raw metrics of the database engine.