Monitor high-volume MySQL production environments with ease
AppDynamics for Databases will give you visibility on the performance in your live production environment, including how every user, program session, SQL statement and stored procedure perform. AppDynamics for Databases is an easy to use, production-ready SQL monitoring solution that’s fully integrated with AppDynamics’ apm product. With AppDynamics for SQL Databases, you can easily isolate slow queries and diagnose the root cause of performance issues in your application.
Easy to use
AppDynamics for Databases requires no configuration or code changes to work and installs in minutes. Anyone can use AppDynamics, it's not only limited to a DBA, to troubleshoot slow SQL queries with its intuitive, web-based UI. Application teams can get the visibility they need into database performance as it affects their applications.
AppDynamics for Databases offers application teams and DBAs very granular monitoring data, so that no important events escape your attention. Furthermore, AppDynamics allows you to resolve problems quickly by keeping a complete history of your database performance.
Monitor all your database platforms (such as DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and more) in the same instance with AppDynamics. Furthermore, by monitoring your application layer with our application performance management solution, you’ll be able to see everything your end users do -- from the browser to the database, all in a single pane of glass.
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Relational databases are still an important application component even in today’s modern application architectures. There is usually at least one relational database lurking somewhere within the overall application flow and understanding the behavior of these databases is major factor in rapidly...