The Importance of Database Monitoring on Cloud Platforms

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Grant Fritchey, DevOps Advocate, Redgate Software

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More and more organizations are moving vital workloads on to cloud architecture, especially their data. However, many are not ensuring that the same level of monitoring that they would perform in an on-premises environment. Performance problems on cloud infrastructures don’t simply result in slower databases, but in higher overall costs. This session will walk you through why you need to monitor your databases in the cloud. We’ll discuss some of the built-in architectures available to you using Azure and AWS as examples. We’ll also walk through additional resources from building your own monitoring solution to taking advantage of third party tooling. Moving to the cloud carries all sorts of advantages, but you need to be prepared to appropriately monitor your databases too. This session will help you get started.
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