About SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL

Achieve comprehensive 24/7 MySQL and MariaDB monitoring.

SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL (formerly Monyog) is an agentless monitoring application for MySQL or MariaDB. It proactively identifies issues affecting database performance. It reduces downtime, tightens security, and improves the performance of MySQL or MariaDB. It is easy to setup and includes more than 600 monitors and advisors that continuously check the health status of MySQL or MariaDB.

Monitor in Real-time
Know what is happening right now on the monitored servers. Monitor each SQL query in real-time and identify what is causing sudden and unwarranted spikes in MySQL or MariaDB databases. Take corrective action and resolve significant issues before they affect end users.

Track Configuration Changes
Find the cause of performance issues. Track all changes made to the MySQL or MariaDB global. Track and compare changes to the configuration file and identify the reason for performance issues.

Monitor Locked and Long-running Queries
Reduce excessive CPU usage and execution times of SQL queries. Monitor locked and long-running SQL queries in real-time. Receive notifications by email, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) traps, the Syslog message logging protocol, the Slack collaboration platform and the PagerDuty incident response platform for SQL queries that take more than a specified amount of time to execute. Kill, notify, and notify and kill problematic SQL queries.

Monitor Amazon RDS
Monitor MySQL or MariaDB hosted in the cloud such as Amazon RDS for MySQL, MariaDB, or Amazon Aurora. Display general query logs, slow query logs, and error logs in a single view. View operating system metrics (such as CPU and RAM usage).

Find Top 10 Queries across Servers
Identify quickly SQL queries that cause performance issues. Find the top 10 SQL queries across MySQL or MariaDB servers based on the total execution time to improve SQL query performance. Visualize critical alerts and warning alerts across MySQL or MariaDB servers to determine the cause of performance issues.