MONyog Ultimate v5.7.2 with Serial

MONyog Ultimate v5.7.2 with Serial
MONyog Ultimate v5.7.2 with Serial


MySQL Performance Monitoring with 600+ Monitors
Agentless monitoring. Fully customizable. Optimize query performance in real-time.
Monyog has been rebranded as SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL

Track MySQL Configuration Changes
Find the cause of performance issues.
Track all changes done to the MySQL Global variables using the configuration management. You can track and compare changes to the configuration file and identify the reason for performance issues.

Monitor Locked & Long Running Queries
Reduce excessive CPU usage and query execution time.
Monitor locked and long running queries in real-time. Get notifications on mail or SNMP traps, Syslog, Slack and Pagerduty for queries that take more than a specified amount of time to execute. You also have the option to configure SQL DM for MySQL to kill, notify or notify & kill such queries.

RDS OS and file-based log monitoring
Monitor hosted MySQL like RDS/Aurora.
SQL DM for MySQL showcases General Query, Slow Query and Error logs in a single view by making use of the RDS REST API. SQL DM for MySQL lets you view RDS OS metrics like CPU Utilization, RAM usage etc. using the CloudWatch API.

Works with MySQL Databases in the Cloud
Monitor managed MySQL cloud databases
Monitor the managed MySQL cloud databases Amazon RDS for MySQL/MariaDB/Aurora, Microsoft Azure Database for MySQL, Google Cloud SQL for MySQL, and Oracle MySQL Cloud Service.

Monitor hybrid environments with a single tool
Avoid learning new tools by using the same performance monitoring tool for MySQL on-premise on physical and virtual machines, in the private, public, and government cloud on virtual machines, and in the public and government cloud as managed databases.

Install on cloud virtual machines
Run SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL on cloud virtual machines with Microsoft Windows and Linux – such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines (VMs).

Monitor MySQL on cloud virtual machines
Monitor instances of MySQL running on cloud virtual machines – such as Amazon EC2 and Microsoft Azure VMs.

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