server monitoring

Does your Liquid Infrastructure float? Or are you sinking in what you don’t know?

With so many new web technologies available, one might assume that things are getting easier for the average Operations-minded DevOps professional, but they aren’t. In fact, things are becoming more difficult. It used to be that a little background in shell scripting and some basic knowledge of infrastructure—whether it be networking or servers—could get you a long way. Then came virtualization and the Cloud and software-defined everything. Today you find … read more

Enhanced MSSQL Server monitoring (beta)

We’re proud to announce beta availability of enhanced Microsoft SQL Server monitoring. Ruxit MSSQL monitoring provides insights that help pinpoint SQL Server performance issues and identify potential bottlenecks. Viewing MSSQL monitoring metrics Captured MSSQL metrics are displayed on MSSQL Process pages. Click the infographic or the SQL metrics and Further details tabs to view metric details. Collected metrics: User connections Number of users connected to SQL Server. Transactions Number of currently active transactions (all types). Buffer cache hit ratio … read more

Enhanced PostgreSQL monitoring (beta)

Announcing beta availability of enhanced Ruxit PostgreSQL monitoring! PostgreSQL monitoring with Ruxit provides you with deep visibility into the performance of your PostgreSQL databases. Captured PostgreSQL metrics are displayed on each PostgreSQL Process pages. Click the infographic or the PostgreSQL metrics and Further details tabs to view metric details. PostgreSQL monitoring metrics Active connections Number of active connections to all databases running under PostgreSQL Buffer hit Number of times disk blocks were found in buffer cache so that a read was … read more

Full-stack Docker performance monitoring: From containers to applications

Docker containerization is increasingly being used in production environments. How can these environments best be monitored? Monitoring Docker containers as if they are lightweight virtual machines (i.e., monitoring the host from within the container), with all the common metrics that can be captured from an operating system, is an insufficient approach. Docker containers can’t be treated as lightweight virtual machines; they must be treated as what they are: isolated processes … read more