Monitis Announces New MySQL Monitoring Feature

The new MySQL Monitors give system administrators a rich set of data to help them manage their workload more efficiently when checking active queries. Additionally, the new Monitis MySQL Monitors provide users with easy to grasp information regarding how many queries are being sent or received. The Monitors also help system administrators discover where potential problems might turn up by displaying the 10 slowest queries.

“MySQL is a crucial asset to businesses because it enables many key applications that are being run on webpages,” said Mikayel Vardanyan, General Manager at Monitis. “With our new and improved MySQL Monitoring feature, we give system administrators a powerful and easy to use tool to make sure their MySQL based applications are performing at the speed and quality required.”

MySQL databases are prominent in today’s market, with many Java or PHP applications with infinite use cases referencing MySQL databases. Examples include signing in transactions to a portal, which is done by entering credentials into the sign in screen while the system subsequently checks the data with the MySQL databases on the server. Many online shop operators also use MySQL to implement their catalog of merchandise.

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About Monitis

Monitis offers a cloud-based application performance management platform, which can be configured within minutes. Over 200,000 users in 150 countries rely on Monitis to monitor the functionality of more than 300,000 websites, servers and applications. Aside from the premium service, Monitis offers Monitor.Us, a free entry package for monitoring.

Monitis was founded in 2006 and is, as of 2013, a TeamViewer company. Monitis maintains offices in the USA, Germany, and Armenia.


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