Are you flipping between products to monitor your database infrastructure? No need any longer.
Monitor Aurora RDS (the fastest growing Amazon RDS relational database) as well as your MySQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, or Oracle RDS instances.
Avoid finger-pointing and share root cause analysis of performance problems.
Get a ready-to-go image that includes Database Performance Analyzer and a pre-configured SQL Server® historical repository.
Optimize your workflow by monitoring all of your cloud databases. Amazon RDS offers many databases to choose from when extending or moving infrastructure to the cloud—and you don't want to lose visibility on performance. Moving databases to the cloud as a service means that many of the traditional tasks a DBA used to peform go away. What won't go away is the need for DBAs to focus on performance, regardless of where the database lives.
Amazon RDS allows DBAs access to a wide variety of back-end solutions (including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, and Aurora). View performance for your databases from a single pane of glass for ease of administration. Leverage consistent navigation to find performance issues regardless of the database flavor. Quickly find bottlenecks that are causing productivity to suffer.
Aurora is currently Amazon's fastest-growing RDS database. As more and more companies start to use this offering, the need for DBAs to have visibility into how it's performing will increase. DPA is the first product ready to support Aurora or any database platform you choose. Don't settle for just monitoring on-premises databases—make sure you've got the visibility into your cloud database infrastructure.
You can now get a ready-to-go image that includes Database Performance Analyzer and a pre-configured SQL Server historical repository. Within the Database Performance Analyzer web browser interface, just register your RDS or EC2 monitoring SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, or SAP ASE (Sybase) instances, and start monitoring pre-configured Database Performance Analyzer, allowing for a quick deployment in AWS.