Traditional server monitoring tools are not built for modern distributed database architectures. Let’s face it, most production databases today run in some kind of high availability setup – from simpler master-slave replication to multi-master clusters fronted by redundant load balancers. Operations teams deal with dozens, often hundreds of services that make up the database environment.
This is why we built ClusterControl – to address modern, highly distributed database setups based on replication or clustering. We wanted something that could provide a systems view of all the components of a distributed cluster, including load balancers.
Watch this replay of a webinar on free database monitoring using ClusterControl Community Edition. We show you how to monitor all your MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and MongoDB systems from a single point of control – whether they are deployed as Galera Clusters, sharded clusters or replication setups across on-prem and cloud data centers. We also see how to use Advisors in order to improve performance.
Content of the webinar
- Requirements for monitoring distributed database systems
- Cloud-based vs On-prem monitoring solutions
- Agent-based vs Agentless monitoring
- Deepdive into ClusterControl Community Edition
- Metrics Collection
- Performance Advisors
- Other features available to Community users