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Monitoring Amazon RDS: Beyond Raw Logs

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a hosted database service in the AWS cloud. If your organization’s data is stored in one of the popular database systems, but on a company server or perhaps you’re renting a dedicated server, you might want to consider switching to Amazon RDS.  With Amazon RDS, you can choose from several relational database systems:  MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, Postgres, and SQL Server, as well as Amazon Aurora.

There are many advantages to Amazon RDS, such as server scaling and load balancing of user traffic. Best of all, it can reduce the operational costs of running database software like MySQL. With Amazon RDS, you don’t need to worry about performing security updates, patching the operating system, or tuning the database. In fact, some of the patches Amazon deploys for MySQL and MariaDB are specifically designed to get better performance in a cloud setting.  Let’s look at some major …

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Multi-Source Replication

A basic MySQL or MariaDB replication arrangement uses a simple method to perform replication. Any changes to schema or data on the master are recorded in its binary log. The slave regularly asks the master for any new entries to its binary log, based on position numbers in that log. The slave will record any new entries the master sends it in a relay log and then execute them on its copy of the databases. This system works well with a straightforward master-slave configuration, when there is only one master and one or more slaves.

With recent releases of MySQL and MariaDB, a slave can have multiple sources for replication. This may seem absurd at first until you consider one of the inherent points of replication: load balancing. Slaves are typically used for Read load balancing—to spread traffic related to SELECT statements among several servers. With multi-source replication, Writes can also be load balanced. For a large organization with …

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Highlights: Monyog v7.04 demonstration & Roadmap Update

Thank you everyone who attended our Webinar on “Monyog v7.04 demonstration & Roadmap Update”.

During the webinar, Shree gave a complete walkthrough of the all new Monyog v7.04. He also shared the product roadmap along with the performance improvements for bigger deployments.

Here’s the complete video for all those who couldn’t attend the webinar.

We hope you found the webinar useful. We will be conducting more webinars in upcoming weeks. To keep yourself updated, subscribe to our blogs.

Download a free trial of Monyog here.

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The wish list for secure and effective monitoring of MySQL servers

 All you need for monitoring MySQL servers

Data security is paramount for individuals and corporations alike. Today, it is inevitable not to notice the importance levied on hosted MySQL like RDS, Aurora, etc. Managing MySQL servers is becoming a daunting task, given the exponential growth in data and the number of users with each working days.

Below are the key aspects that need to be part of your wishlist.

1) Leveraging Performance Schema(P_S) and SYS Schema

Performance Schema was introduced in MySQL 5.5.3 and further upgraded through version 5.7. It has its own storage engine, provides access to low-level server execution information while minimizing the impact on server performance. There is a trade-off between the time you can save by using Performance Schema and the load it adds to the server. It can optimize server performance and save time when used in an efficient manner.

You can also target …

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The wish list for secure and effective monitoring of MySQL servers

All you need for monitoring MySQL servers. Data security is paramount for individuals and corporations alike. Today, it is inevitable not to notice the importance levied on hosted MySQL like RDS, Aurora, etc. Managing MySQL servers is becoming a daunting task, given the exponential growth in data and the number of users with each working days.

Below are the key aspects that need to be part of your wishlist.

1) Leveraging Performance Schema(P_S) and SYS Schema

Performance Schema was introduced in MySQL 5.5.3 and further upgraded through version 5.7. It has its own storage engine, provides access to low-level server execution information while minimizing the impact on server performance. There is a trade-off between the time you can save by using Performance Schema and the load it adds to the server. It can optimize server performance and save time when used in an efficient manner.

You can also target queries that …

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New Query Analysis Features in MONyog

While looking to optimize your MySQL, you are needing to spot slow/bad queries at a glance and get deep insights about them with ease.

The latest update of MONyog brings new easier ways to find problem SQL in Real-Time, Wayback Machine and sniffer based Query Analyser using Performance Schema. Here is what’s new:

Query Execution Status and Full Table Scan Count
View success/failure status of every query executed and also the number of ‘full table scans’ for queries in a single glance.

The latest update also has an option to switch between Performance Schema and Processlist in Real-Time making it easy for you to enable/disable Performance Schema or Processlist.

Get the latest update now to enjoy these features.Existing customers can download MONyog 6.52 from Customer Area. To evaluate MONyog 6.52, please …

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New Query Analysis Features in MONyog

While looking to optimize your MySQL, you are needing to spot slow/bad queries at a glance and get deep insights about them with ease.

The latest update of MONyog brings new easier ways to find problem SQL in Real-Time, Wayback Machine and sniffer based Query Analyser using Performance Schema. Here is what’s new:

Query Execution Status and Full Table Scan Count
View success/failure status of every query executed and also the number of ‘full table scans’ for queries in a single glance.

The latest update also has an option to switch between Performance Schema and Processlist in Real-Time making it easy for you to enable/disable Performance Schema or Processlist.

Get the latest update now to enjoy these features.Existing customers can download MONyog 6.52 from Customer Area. To evaluate MONyog 6.52, please …

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Monitoring your Amazon Aurora Databases using MONyog

We’re excited to announce the general availability of MONyog for Amazon Aurora. Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) latest offering, the Aurora database combines the speed and availability of commercial databases with the cost-effectiveness and simplicity of open source databases. Designed to provide up to 5x improved performance than MySQL at a price that’s one-tenth of any commercial RDBMS, Aurora definitely looks promising.

Aurora is fault-tolerant by design, since it replicates data into three locations, making it highly available. To monitor your Aurora databases, you can always rely on MONyog to do the job for you.

Aurora doesn’t allow to install anything on your Aurora database. Since MONyog is built on an agent-less architecture, it can connect to Aurora without any hassle.

Connecting to Aurora
Enter the DNS address of your …

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Monitoring your Amazon Aurora Databases using MONyog

We’re excited to announce the general availability of MONyog for Amazon Aurora. Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) latest offering, the Aurora database combines the speed and availability of commercial databases with the cost-effectiveness and simplicity of open source databases. Designed to provide up to 5x improved performance than MySQL at a price that’s one-tenth of any commercial RDBMS, Aurora definitely looks promising.

Aurora is fault-tolerant by design, since it replicates data into three locations, making it highly available. To monitor your Aurora databases, you can always rely on MONyog to do the job for you.

Aurora doesn’t allow to install anything on your Aurora database. Since MONyog is built on an agent-less architecture, it can connect to Aurora without any hassle.

Connecting to Aurora
Enter the DNS address of your …

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Monitoring High Availability on Galera Clusters for MySQL using MONyog

For every online business, there are millions of transactions happening every second including crucial revenue bearing transactions. Therefore downtime, both planned and unplanned has a cost attached to it and results in lost revenue every second. As the technology improved to meet this demand, the importance of High Availability (HA) became the focus point.

The introduction of Galera Cluster for MySQL bought true Multimaster Cluster thanks to its synchronous replication. In this article, we’ll show how using MONyog in tandem with Galera provides a simple and best-in-class High Availability solution for MySQL users.

How to register a Galera Cluster Node in MONyog

  1. Enter the Hostname, port and credentials in “MySQL settings”, test the connection and save it.
  2. Enable “Galera” group from “Customize” > “Manage monitor groups”
  3. In Monitors page, select the “Galera” group and …
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