Auto-detect your CouchDB databases
Dynatrace auto-detects your CouchDB databases and shows key metrics to them.
Know immediately if your CouchDB instance is underperforming
When problems occur, Dynatrace shows you which nodes are affected.
Find the root cause of problems
Drill down to the metrics of individual nodes to find the root cause of problems and potential bottlenecks.
Start monitoring your CouchDB databases in under 5 minutes!
In under five minutes, Dynatrace detects your CouchDB databases and shows metrics like CPU, connectivity, retransmissions, requests and request time.
- Manual configuration of your monitoring setup is no longer necessary.
- Auto-detection starts monitoring new CouchDB databases.
See valuable CouchDB node metrics and find problematic nodes
Valuable CouchDB node metrics for each CouchDB process page are displayed on the CouchDB metrics tab. With the Requests chart, you’ll know how each node is performing. For example, above average Maximum request time measurements may indicate that you have some slow requests.
Identify problematic CouchDB nodes by selecting a relevant time interval on the timeline, select a node metric from the metric drop down list, and compare the values of all nodes in the sortable table.
Additionally, you can check HTTP status codes and metrics.
For the full list of the provided CouchDB metrics please visit our detailed blog post about CouchDB monitoring.
See additional CouchDB node metrics
On the Further details tab Dynatrace shows you 16 additional CouchDB monitoring metrics including:
- Open databases
- Open OS files
For the full list of the provided CouchDB node metrics please visit our detailed blog post about CouchDB monitoring.
Enable CouchDB monitoring for a specific host or globally
Dynatrace provides the option of enabling CouchDB monitoring only for specific hosts or globally.
When enabled globally, Dynatrace automatically collects CouchDB metrics whenever a new host running CouchDB is detected in your environment.
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What is CouchDB?