MySQL is an RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) that is popular with open-source CMSs (Content Management Systems) and large websites and applications like Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter. MySQL is one of the key parts of the open-source LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python) software stack, which WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, and other popular CMSs use. MySQL is available as an open-source framework called "MySQL Community Server" and as part of a commercial, enterprise solution, such as Oracle’s MySQL Enterprise Server. In addition to open-source functionalities, the enterprise versions of MySQL provide paid users with commercial plugins, technical support, and related solutions to tackle issues such as performance, security, and regulatory compliance.
The AppDynamics Database Monitoring product module for MySQL is a comprehensive 24x7 deep-dive tool used to monitor any version of MySQL databases of running on any platform, including Percona and MariaDB.
Deep visibility into MySQL performance
Get to the root cause quickly and resolve costly performance problems with real-time visibility into any statistic available from MySQL and display delta graphs of any MySQL server throughout your organization.
Historical MySQL performance trends
Analyze and alert based on MySQL performance trends over time, and use this information to proactively tune performance to improve resource efficiency and optimize the end-user experience.
Quickly troubleshoot issues with one-click SQL statement analysis that displays details of the SQL statement and SQL execution plan.
View MySQL objects
Gain a holistic view of your MySQL objects with full visibility and correlation with SQL execution plans that display current MySQL configuration parameters, properties, and information related to database objects including configuration values.
Comprehensive performance reports
Visualize important information – like historical reporting of time series comparisons, and top SQL reports – to make data-driven decisions about your MySQL servers.
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