What is MySQL?
MySQL is an open-source relational database management system used to store application or user data. If you’re using MySQL databases for your applications, you can use Netdata’s pre-built integration with MySQL to monitor and troubleshoot server performance metrics like bandwidth, queries, active connections, and more.
Why monitor MySQL with Netdata?
Get notified of what’s happening with your MySQL databases
Monitoring MySQL with Netdata alerts you to bottlenecks and issues before they affect your end users. Set up custom alarms to gauge the health status and potential threats to your databases. Notifications are enabled to help you detect anomalies using metrics like bandwidth, queries, active connections, and more.
Netdata’s MySQL integration is designed for a proactive response when scaling your systems and networks. These metrics are crucial to track, and Netdata is able to notify you of emerging issues. Utilize Netdata’s alarms to fix problems proactively.
Analyze MySQL performance with data visualization
Access all of your database metrics with pre-built charts, or create custom dashboards for your team’s specific use case.
With our preconfigured dashboards, you will have instant access to visualizations with monitoring metrics like server performance metrics like bandwidth, queries, active connections, and more. Find root cause analysis answers with intuitive graphs of what’s going on within your infrastructure.
Custom dashboards are created using simple HTML. These dashboards are flexible and designed to capture metrics on all of your Netdata servers.
How to get started
Go beyond simple MySQL monitoring
Netdata’s platform lets you take advantage of advanced monitoring functionality.
Get MySQL visibility with Netdata
Netdata provides unlimited metrics, alarms, and dashboards at no cost, so you can scale your monitoring to any number of databases.