LogicMonitor Announces MySQL-Specific Enhancements to its Award-Winning Hosted Monitoring Service at O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo

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To coincide with its presence at the O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo, LogicMonitor today announced brand-new enhancements to its flagship LogicMonitor data center monitoring system. The enhancements detect whether customers are using the Percona built MySQL builds, and if so, will automatically extend the monitoring to report on extra statistics exposed by the Percona builds. LogicMonitor’s 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.

To coincide with its presence at the O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo, LogicMonitor today announced brand-new enhancements to its flagship LogicMonitor data center monitoring system. The enhancements detect whether customers are using the Percona built MySQL builds, and if so, will automatically extend the monitoring to report on extra statistics exposed by the Percona builds. LogicMonitor’s 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 noticed that several of our customers were in fact using the Percona MySQL builds. The Percona binaries expose some extra metrics for the monitoring and tuning of MySQL performance, so we thought it important that LogicMonitor detect whether these metrics are available, and if so, display them so that MySQL administrators can tune their databases and track performance changes in a simple and clear manner," noted veteran data center manager and LogicMonitor founder, Steve Francis. "LogicMonitor always gives customers the most salient information available, without requiring the customers to manually set up their monitoring or alerting. We always try to include all information that's useful for a device—whether it be storage, server operating systems, or a database.”

LogicMonitor allows data center operators to reclaim the hours of tedious work they might spend manually building and maintaining their own monitoring system, and get right to the important work—addressing issues before they escalate into outages. It monitors all database performance metrics, storage engine types, detects whether a database is a slave, and ensures that everything is up to date, automatically. MySQL database administrators will appreciate how easy LogicMonitor makes it to know the health of their databases.

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 that will have them up and running in approximately 20 minutes. The free trial sign-up form is at LogicMonitor.com.

About LogicMonitor
Founded by former datacenter managers with years of experience at such industry-leading companies as Citrix and FastClick, LogicMonitor Hosted Monitoring offers unmatched visibility into the health and performance of your datacenter. It is the only fully automated, fully hosted system that offers ongoing, active discovery and effectively monitors all load balancers, databases, server equipment, applications, and network and storage devices for organizations of any size. It makes it easy to monitor the multiple datacenters and large numbers of staging and production machines with different authentication and alerting requirements common to enterprise-level corporations. LogicMonitor Hosted Monitoring has automated the entire process, from set-up to alerts. Automated configuration saves hours of time in set-up, and, unlike other systems out there, LogicMonitor automatically detects—and monitors—any changes to the system. LogicMonitor mines more data than any other product, delivers more visibility, updates continuously in real-time, and allows simple dashboard customization. Powerful auto-alerting combines with this thorough monitoring to ensure that all problems are automatically identified—and resolved—early on, before they affect the business. LogicMonitor was founded in 2007 in Santa Barbara, CA. Visit LogicMonitor on the web at http://www.logicmonitor.com.

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