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This product reached the end of support date on March 31, 2021.

AppMon 7.0 monitor SQL 2k8 and MongoDB

asruinoiua
Contributor

I want to monitor Web Server use 2008. I just installed AppMon 7.0 but it only support SQL 2012 or later.
I see https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display/... but it "extends the Windows Performance Monitor plugin built-in to Dynatrace"?

And i want to monitor MongoDB and PostgreSQL, CouchDB, how How can I add agent for these db?
Thank you very much!

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andreas_grabner
Dynatrace Guru
Dynatrace Guru

Hi Asrui

Can you tell us what type of information you want to monitor from Mongo, Postgre and CouchDB? The link you sent for CouchDB shows screenshots from our Dynatrace FullStack Monitoring platform -> this is different to Dynatrace AppMon.

It would also be interesting to know if you already have AppMon installed and actively monitor your applications or if you are just evaluating. Another interesting piece of information would be what your application stack looks like that accesses these databases. Is it Java, .NET, php, node, ..? Does it run on your local data center, in a virutal enviornment, containers or in the cloud? Depending on these factors we may want to look into AppMon or our Dynatrace FullStack Monitoring.

Andi

asruinoiua
Contributor

Hi Andreas,
I have a System, they (Apps and DB) all run on Windows, and are VMware Virtual machines.

In application side, it runs on .net and we added AppMon agent for IIS and .Net applications. But in DB side, it have a MongoDB and a SQL Server 2008 DB and we want to monitor statistics data like Tablespaces, Wait States, Session, Time Spent Breakdown, Disk etc...

andreas_grabner
Dynatrace Guru
Dynatrace Guru

I am not the expert when it comes to MongoDB - but - it seems that Mongo exposes all these metrics via interfaces or CLIs. In that case you could for instance use the Generic Execution Monitor Plugin from AppMon and pull in these metrics into Dynatrace. Or - you can just write your own little Dynatrace AppMon plugin and pull in the metrics through such a plugin.

Here is more information about this particular plugin I mentioned earlier: https://community.dynatrace.com/community/display/...

as well as for Plugins in general -> I have a YouTube tutorial for that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfdzCaSIdjk&t=2s&l...

Also - check out the .NET Sensor Pack for MongoDB: https://github.com/Dynatrace/Dynatrace-AppMon-Mong...

Andi