Use a single tool to monitor all database workloads
Whether your databases are operating on-premises or in the cloud, get the same detailed monitoring to understand performance. For instance, the RDS Instance Analysis Dashboard offers deep insight into your AWS hosted workloads.
See performance across your MySQL workloads, on-premises and cloud
If you are running MySQL in a hybrid cloud and on-premises environment, it can be challenging to monitor performance in a single console. Within vRealize Operations, you can leverage the MySQL Top-N Queries Dashboard to compare key metrics for both a vSphere- and RDS-hosted environment.
Understand the health of your infrastructure, no matter its location
From Amazon AWS- and vSphere-hosted environments, your data may be spread across several geographies. Insight into your geo-locations can prevent backlash from outages out of your control, ensuring that your environments are operating at peak efficiency.
Out of the box dashboards can zero in on a specific piece of infrastructure to quickly optimize performance or begin troubleshooting alerts and issues as they occur.
Troubleshooting physical storage in conjunction with the virtual layer can be a complicated task. Learn how to rapidly navigate through Pure storage objects from the array to the host, host group, protection group, volume, or volume group to plan for capacity scenarios, or instantly discern where trouble spots lie.
Utilizing out of the box and custom dashboards centered around networking devices, troubleshooting switches, or individual ports on a switch can be achieved with ease. Health alerts and topologies give a greater view of what the networking architecture looks like and how to reduce latencies and track bandwidth across the stack.
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