Next in our Benefits of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL (formerly Monyog) blog series, we discuss monitoring and understanding performance trends using visual analytics and the display dashboard of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL. If you missed it, you can read last week’s blog on identifying and analyzing problematic SQL queries.
View and Understand Trends By Analyzing Historical Data
Configure the time duration for storing the data collected by SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL. It stores the data in a high-performance database (that is, the embedded relational database management system SQLite). By analyzing historical data, quickly obtain answers to questions like:
Sudden changes in performance parameters and problems (such as due to a change of application) will also be visible immediately.
SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL provides trend graph analysis that makes it easy to compare the state and performance of multiple database servers in a single chart. Group an important single metric from different database servers into a single unified chart. Visually analyze a metric across database servers at various points in time.
Display Dashboard Overview
Compare Large Number of Servers Side-By-Side
The Enterprise Dashboard feature shows real-time charts of all critical metrics. It provides a consolidated view of the availability and performance of all MySQL or MariaDB servers. From these real-time charts, instantly determine:
It is not rare to find database administrators who monitor hundreds of database servers. With SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL, managing a large number of database servers is easy. With tagging, categorize database servers into logical groups. Monitor a large number of database servers using a single instance of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL.
Read more in the full solution brief.
Find and fix MySQL performance problems on-premises and in the cloud with SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL.