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Postgresql Monitoring Tools

PostgreSQL monitoring

PostgreSQL is a highly extensible and scalable relational database which can accomodate several concurrent users. Because of its sophisticated design, it doesn't require much effort for the upkeep of the server. However, for high profile installations, where high performance and continuous availability are a necessity, PostgreSQL monitoring is indispensable. Applications Manager PostgreSQL monitoring tool helps database administrators proactively performs PostgreSQL database monitoring and maintain the key performance metrics.

Monitor Postgres performance metrics with in Applications Manager Postgres database monitoring tool

Take a deep dive into all the database operations that run on your server with best in-class PostgreSQL Monitoring tools. Track slow database performance by monitoring the number of active connections with the database. While most PostgreSQL performance monitoring tools monitor the overall database health and availability by executing remote scripts, Applications Manager PostgreSQL monitoring tool offers in-depth Postgres monitoring by collecting metrics such as idle locks that are responsible for the long waits, slow queries, disk and buffer stats such as cache hit ratio, disk usage, buffer reads/min, etc.

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Applications Manager PostgreSQL monitoring tracks some key performance parameters such as:

  • Connection statistics
  • Lock statistics
  • Buffer statistics
  • Disk usage details
  • Index scan details
  • Query statistics
  • Transaction details
  • Table scan details
PostgreSQL Monitor Tool
Monitor Postgres Performance

Resolve database performance issues faster

With Applications Manager Postgres monitor, set dynamic baselines to detect anomalies in database performance that can cause gradual performance degradation and unexpected downtimes. Configure thresholds for critical performance parameters and trigger instant notifications in case of bottlenecks. Resolve issues faster with root cause analysis that drills down to the source of the problem and ensure issues don't reappear for all round PostgreSQL monitoring.

PostgreSQL Monitor Queries

Analyze performance with comprehensive reports

Applications Manager Postgres Performance Monitor is among the best PostgreSQL performance monitoring tools not just for monitoring but also for analysing the monitored database parameters because of its detailed reports. View attribute-wise historical performance report of your database and analyse the performance trends of your database parameters. Unlike other PostgreSQL monitoring tools, Applications Manager Postgres monitor enables you to predict future growth and utilization trends of your databases and make informed decisions regarding load distribution and capacity planning.

Postgres Performance Monitoring Tools

PostgreSQL Management Software

Monitor PostgreSQL queries using Database Query Monitoring

Queries are the best way to find out whether your database is up and running 24x7. Since databases run innumerable queries in their day to day operations, as part of your Postgres database monitoring plans, it is ideal to selectively monitor postgres queries that are critical to measure the database activity and health. Applications Manager gives you the means to add these important queries in the console and monitor the performance statistics of these queries by collecting metrics such as query status, last run time, execution time, etc. These queries can be associated to user-defined thresholds, violation of which triggers an instant alert notifications. PostgreSQL monitoring queries is especially useful in identifying performance bottlenecks in networks which are connected to several databases and resolving it by deducing the exact location of the issues in the databases.
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In addition to PostgreSQL monitoring, Applications Manager also supports monitoring of the following database servers:

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