AppDynamics for Databases uses MySQL monitoring tools to give you visibility on the performance in your live production environment, including how every program session, user, SQL statement and stored procedure perform. Fully integrated with AppDynamics' apm product, AppDynamics for Databases is a production-ready SQL tracking solution that is easy to use, you can identify easily slow queries and diagnose the main cause of performance issues in your application.
Easy to use
AppDynamics for Databases do not need configuration or code changes to work and gets installed within minutes. Anyone can use AppDynamics and not a DBA alone. It troubleshoots slow SQL queries with its web-based intuitive UI. It also gives the application teams higher visibility into performance of database as it affects their applications.
AppDynamics for Databases makes sure that no significant events escape your attention by providing very granular monitoring data to application teams and DBAs. Moreover, AppDynamics helps solve issues swiftly by storing details about your database performance.
Monitor all your database platforms (such as DB2, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and more) in the same instance with AppDynamics. It monitors your application layer with its application performance management solution. This enables you to know each and every activity of your end users i.e., from the browser to the database, in a single pane of glass.
Problems Solved with Database Monitoring
Unpredictable performance spikes
Slow database response time
Internal database contention
Database load issues
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