We are pleased to announce the general availability of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL 8.9. Existing users may upgrade to this version through the Idera Customer Portal. New users may download the trial version from the Idera Website or the Monyog Website.
Rebranded from the popular Monyog product for monitoring performance of MySQL and other MySQL compatible databases, SDM for MySQL is a comprehensive solution to monitor, alert, and diagnose the availability, health, and performance of MySQL, or MariaDB in physical, virtual, and cloud environments.
SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL addresses the most critical performance management needs of DBAs.
- Monitor in real-time to take corrective action and resolve significant issues even before they affect end users
- Track and compare all changes to the MySQL or MariaDB configuration file to identify the reason for performance issues
- Monitor, alert to, and kill locked and long-running SQL queries in real-time to reduce system and database load
- Monitor on-premises and in the cloud. Monitor Amazon RDS for MySQL, MariaDB, Amazon Aurora, and Google Cloud SQL for MySQL including operating systems and file-based logs
- Find top 10 SQL queries across MySQL or MariaDB servers based on total execution time
With this release, we aim to strengthen the ability of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL to monitor databases in the cloud and on-premises with a single tool.
What’s New in SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL 8.9?
Our latest release of SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL 8.9 includes the following new features and other quality improvements.
- Query load profiling has been added to Query Analysis along with a new interface for Query Details to make it easier to analyze query performance over time.
- Several improvements for enterprise security including
- ability to restrict access to individual custom dashboards,
- options to hide literals in SQL statements,
- option to remove default admin user,
- improved audit log filtering, and
- configurable SNMP trap format.
Questions or comments? Please let us know in the SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL forum.