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Databases such as PostgreSQL must be well maintained to ensure high performance of the mission-critical applications that connect to them. Applications Manager serves as one of the best Postgres performance monitoring tools in the industry, and offers tons of features that database administrators can leverage to guarantee uninterrupted operation of their database system with negligible downtime and predictable overheads.
When it comes to Postgres monitoring, there are a number of vital metrics that you need visibility over, to monitor Postgres performance effectively manage your databases effectively. Our comprehensive tool for Postgres database monitoring allows you to:
Applications Manager's Postgres DB Monitoring capabilities with Postgres real time monitoring allows you to obtain about Top 10 queries by CPU, long-running queries, and Top 50 table row details. These details help you identify and isolate non-essential queries running in a background process, causing degradation in the performance of the database.
In PostgreSQL, a session can be blocked due to an idle in transaction or due to concurrent access on the same resource or due to some prepared transactions. With Application Manager's PostgreSQL monitoring software, become aware of blocked sessions. With the Postgres monitor, identify the number of active sessions and understand which sessions are taking more time, which queries are taking more time and what are they doing, etc.
Applications Manager's Postgres monitoring solution gathers data about buffer statistics, providing real-time info on critical Postgres monitoring metrics that can be easily interpreted as valuable insights by database admins.
Visit our page on PostgreSQL performance tuning for information on the different performance configurations within your Postgres database server along with recommendations for tuning.
Our extensive Postgres performance monitor tracks details of web transactions occurring in the database. Track the number of commits and rollbacks that occur every minute, thereby allowing you to monitor Postgres efficiently. If a large number of these transactions are taking place, you may want to employ backup servers at that time for more availability. If critical transactions are taking place, you can even re-direct the read operations to backup server and perform write/commit operations in the main server to distribute the load.
Postgres offers streaming replication service to create a high-availability environment, load-balance read-only queries across several nodes, have a read-only database to run analytical queries on, and more. Sometimes replica can go out of sync too. A Postgres database monitoring tool like Applications Manager enables you to:
Get real time information about the current locks in the system and catch long-waiting locks in our Postgres monitoring dashboard. If there are unusually high number of locks resulting in long waits, it can affect the normal behavior of the database. In such situations, developers should review the lines of code that might cause long-held locks such as explicit locking in the application.
Applications Manager's Proactive Postgres DB monitoring capabilities can help you avert critical network issues and prevent large business mishaps, thereby constantly performing proactive Postgres health monitoring to keep your Postgres database at peak performance levels.
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It allows us to track crucial metrics such as response times, resource utilization, error rates, and transaction performance. The real-time monitoring alerts promptly notify us of any issues or anomalies, enabling us to take immediate action.
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