Mongodb Monitoring Service

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Announcing New MMS Alerts

From the beginning, 10gen has focused MongoDB on four key areas: flexibility, power, speed, and ease of use. In terms of ease of use, we are very much interested not only in improving usability for developers, but also for IT operations. Early in MongoDB’s development, we released MMS ( MongoDB Monitoring Service ) to offer users visibility into the right metrics to manage and optimize applications during development and in production. To continue to improve our users’ ability to manage MongoDB in production, there is a powerful new type of alert type available in MMS - Metric Min/Max Value. The Metric Min/Max Value alerts provides alerting on a variety of host types and corresponding MongoDB performance metrics. For example, you can say ...Alert me if any of my secondaries experience a repl lag of greater than <x> mins.“ This alert type is now flexible enough to provide alerts for the most important performance boundaries that's specific to your application's performance profile. What does each new alert mean? You can alert against a number of different host types listed below. With a replication-enabled host type selected, you'll also have the option to select a specific replica set for this alert, or to have the alert apply to all replica sets. There's a wide variety of performance metrics to choose from for your alerts. To enumerate all the metric types would be intense. The options are essentially straight from existing MMS chart types, and hopefully they're pretty self explanatory. Example of available metrics when ...Secondaries“ host type is selected: Limitations: no hardware stats For now, even if you have hardware stats configured and enabled, they cannot be used for Metric Min/Max Value alerts. Not on MMS? Sign up here MMS Docs Tagged with: MongoDB Monitoring Service, MMS, server, hosts, monitoring

January 25, 2013

Learn more about MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS)

If you've already deployed an application using MongoDB, you might have heard about MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS) , a free and publicly available SaaS solution for monitoring your MongoDB deployment. On Thursday, February 9, 10gen's Jared Rosoff will host a free webinar, Monitoring Your MongoDB Deployment . The webinar includes an MMS demo and will give MongoDB users the chance to ask questions about deploying and maintaining applications based on the NoSQL database. MMS is a secure system which collects usage statistics and allows users to proactively monitor a MongoDB cluster via a simple Python agent. The data collected is sent securely to the centralized MMS servers for storage and presentation; at-a-glance charts and automated alerts make it easy to keep your application running smoothly. MMS is custom-built, which means it takes into consideration the unique requirements of MongoDB. Unlike most off-the-shelf monitoring systems, which are built for generic systems management, MMS embodies the best practices for MongoDB by incorporating wisdom from 10gen engineers who have worked with hundreds of production deployments. Performance, resource utilization, availability, and response times are all tracked on the custom MMS interface. If you've already purchased a support package from 10gen, MMS allows our team of engineers to provide superior customer support by proactively monitoring the health of your deployment. In some cases, 10gen engineers identify potential issues before they pose a serious threat. We understand the sensitive nature of MMS data and have extensive data access controls and audits in place. Setup and configuration of MMS is simple—within minutes of installation, your devops and systems administration team can manage and optimize your MongoDB deployment, and derive valuable insights from key operational metrics. Just create an account at , then download and install the agent on your MongoDB cluster. Within a few minutes, your data will be visible on the web-based platform. Learn more about MMS today or get started with MMS now. Tagged with: 10gen, database, free webinar, mongodb, nosql, MMS, MongoDB Monitoring Service

January 27, 2012