We ran data centers for 15 years. During that time, we searched for a single monitoring product that automatically monitored every device in our infrastructure. We never found it, so we built it ourselves
Santa Barbara, CA (Vocus) March 30, 2010
IT professionals looking to simplify data center management will find value in LogicMonitor, who will be exhibiting their automated database monitoring solution at the upcoming O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo. The web-based service delivers in-depth monitoring right out of the box without any configuration required. Administrators and managers get real-time views into the health and performance of their infrastructure (including MySQL databases) from anywhere.
“We ran data centers for 15 years. During that time, we searched for a single monitoring product that automatically monitored every device in our infrastructure. We never found it, so we built it ourselves,” noted veteran data center manager and LogicMonitor founder, Steve Francis.
LogicMonitor allows data center operators to skip the hours, or even days of tedious work manually building and maintaining their own monitoring system, and get right to the important work, which is addressing issues before they escalate into outages.
MySQL database administrators will appreciate how easy LogicMonitor makes it to know the health of their databases. It monitors all database performance metrics, storage engine type, detects whether a database is a slave, and ensures that everything is up to date, automatically.
Those unable to attend the MySQL Conference can view LogicMonitor's World's Shortest Webinar Series episode on MySQL monitoring. or request a fully supported 14-day free trial and be up and running in approximately 20 minutes. The free trial sign-up form is at LogicMonitor.com.
Headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, LogicMonitor LLC was founded by a team of data center managers and technology experts dedicated to making data center monitoring simple.