This half-day Database Monitoring Course is designed for users who want to learn how to expand AppDynamics to include database monitoring and gain visibility into SQL & Stored Procedures, execution plans, wait states, blocked sessions, resource consumption, database objects, schema statistics, and more. Students learn how to install and configure Database Monitoring, as well as how to gather the information to proactively tune and fix database issues before they affect end users.
Using real system scenarios, students learn how to use Database Monitoring to add a collector, debug slow queries, create custom metrics, create database health rules using database metrics, and create custom database dashboards to easily monitor a combination of individual business transaction metrics, database metrics, and hardware metrics at a glance.
APM200 - APM Essentials
Students must have a solid understanding of controller navigation, data collectors, health rules, policies, and actions. Students should also have a familiarity of how databases and SQL statements work. A series of hands-on exercises ensure students leave the course knowing how to access and leverage the database metrics needed to keep the application running efficiently.
Overview of Database Monitoring
Architecture and Implementation
Metrics, Health Rules and Custom Dashboards