Database Monitoring Blogs
Database monitoring is the tracking of database performance and resources in order to create and maintain a high performance and highly available application infrastructure. For example, categories for SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle database monitoring include:
Databases are at the heart of many enterprises' most critical business processes. Application complexity is on the rise and IT infrastructures are becoming far more diverse. With complex applications working across heterogeneous infrastructures, database monitoring that provides fast, accurate problem resolution is critical to helping IT troubleshoot problems before they affect end-users
The following outline is a list of items to take into account when implementing a database monitoring system:
How should you monitor?
What constitutes a problem?
What should you do when a problem is identified?
What are the benefits of monitoring and tracking?