MongoDB monitoring service makes it easier for the users to have the ability to monitor their MongoDB clusters popularly known as MMS’. This is an online web interface, which enables you to access the custom dashboards, charts and constitutes the automated alerting options since it uses the clouds technology to get to the servers. These tools do not require minimum updates, setting, and configuration from the user and partly work alone in the monitoring process. Once you have developed this system, it becomes easier to start the administration in the management, deployment, and optimization of MongoDB.
Starting the set up
In order to activate the MongoDB monitoring service, you need to ensure that you have all the details of the Mongo DB community and they include
Opening an account with the software system
Start the download process of the MMS and install the agent on the cluster as directed by the program
In a matter of munities after he update, you will find the data visible and easy to start the process of monitoring.
Different MongoDB monitoring tools
There are various MongoDB monitoring tools monitoring tools and you need to understand the compete process of installing and updating them into the system and this makes it easy to start using it.
- Mongostat- this is one of the vital utility programs, which exposes the MongoDB metrics, and it is a good way to start the analysis, and sort any issues when it comes to matters of performance.
- Mongotop- this is a good way of monitoring the system and it has good and easy to customize tools listed on the page.
- Query profiler- this is a database profiler used to analyze all the slow queries, and you get to a snapshot of all the details happening on the page.
Http Console- this tool allows the process of simple diagnostics on the screen
- Mango shell commands- this gives the stats on the current database one is viewing. However it takes a longer time to run and can block other operations in the process.
Trending/ monitoring adaptors- this comprises a set of different monitoring and command tools, which include
- Munin- this retrieves the details from the server stats, and the collection stats displays collection in form of index sizes and needs the python and driver to connect.
- Motop- this is a tool used for monitoring various multiple MongoDB severs and it becomes easier to make all the settings since it has the ability to offer updates and conduct monitoring by the minute.
Other MongoDB monitoring tools
- Dex is one of the cores Mongo DB monitoring tools and this analyzes those who have logged into the system. This offers a number of different examples of indexes and this helps you to gain relevant results when you initiate the monitoring process.
- Hosted monitoring- this involves different monitoring services which include the cloudclick, server destiny, and scouts app, slow queries.
When you want to launch different MongoDB monitoring tools, it is important you understand all the functions and the command tools you will use to initiate the monitoring options.