Surveillance: For MongoDB Performance Monitoring

Essential tools for real-time performance monitoring, issue identification and resolution, rules-based event management, data repository and reporting

 

Bradmark Surveillanceā„¢ for MongoDB provides best-in-class monitoring and event management technology to support NoSQL database envionments. Utilizing real-time monitoring, unattended event management, and historical data analysis tools, IT professionals have the ability to capture comprehensive views of overall MongoDB health, and perform comprehensive drill-downs to identify and eliminate operational and performance bottlenecks.

Surveillance for MongoDB provides full support for versions 3.6 through 4.2, and key functionality that includes:

  • Viewing the overall health of key areas of MongoDB
  • Graphing global metrics--such as active sessions, lock queues, memory usage, and much more--over many hours
  • Monitoring real-time collection activity, for total query time, IO time, lock time, and much more
  • Monitoring currently executing commands, with full command text available
  • Finding Top Collection Activity from yesterday or last week, showing query time, IO time, lock time, and much more 


Surveillance shows Top Collection activity by hour

 

  • Reviewing Top Commands from a few hours ago or a few weeks ago. Find out what was happening yesterday between 13:00 and 15:00, for example
  • Reviewing historical query plans for Top Commands in the past
  • Monitoring connections
  • Viewing locks
  • Monitoring database space usage
  • Displaying / searching all settings, or just the changed (non-default) settings
  • Terminating commands from the UI
  • Setting up alerts on free space, long-running commands, and more