Tag: monitoring

Deploying Azure Kubernetes Cluster with Container Health Monitoring Service

Microsoft Build 2018 recently wrapped up and it was an exciting three days of big announcements for many of Microsoft’s services. One small feature update which caught my eye is the revamped Azure Monitor container health service which rolled out…

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Measuring the potential overhead of PMM Client on MySQL workloads

Having good historial metrics monitoring in place is critical for properly operating, maintaining and troubleshooting database systems, and Percona Monitoring and Management is one of the options we recommend to our clients for this. One common concern among potential users…

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An Introduction to the MongoDB Database Profiler

MongoDB’s database profiler lets us collect some performance data about operations happening on a MongoDB instance. In this post, I will show you how we can enable the profiler, what kind of information it can store for us, how to query this…

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Monitoring Apache Cassandra Metrics With Graphite and Grafana

Yabin Meng, Datastax Enterprise and Apache Cassandra Consultant at Pythian, explores an alternative Cassandra monitoring solution to DataStax’s OpsCenter.

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Debugging Kibana using Chrome developer tools

Minto Joseph, Site Reliability Consultant at Pythian, details his experience debugging Kibana using Chrome developer tools.

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Part 1: How to Effectively Use a Performance Schema

Performance Schema (PS) has been the subject of many, many recent discussions, presentations, and articles.  After its release in MySQL 5.7, PS has become the main actor for people who want to take the further steps in MySQL monitoring. At…

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Monitoring Cassandra with Grafana and Influx DB

Hello, In this post I will explain how to set up Cassandra monitoring with influxDB and Grafana. This can also be used to connect to other monitoring systems (Graphite, Collectd, etc…) but since both influxDB and Grafana are hot topics…

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A Simple Way to Monitor Java in Linux

A quick and easy way to know what is it inside Java process that is using your CPU. Using just Linux command line tools and JDK supplied command line utilities.

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