In this guide, we will discuss the different aspects of MongoDB performance monitoring. MongoDB provides a set of tools and command-line utilities to monitor MongoDB instances. But first, you need to know what metrics should be monitored. Once you understand the performance metrics, you can create workflows and processes to keep a check on your MongoDB cluster’s health and performance.
Monitoring Redis for performance issues is critical. Redis is famous for its low-latency response while serving a large number of queries. There are certain key metrics that you can monitor to keep track of your Redis instance performance. In this guide, we will go through key Redis metrics that should be monitored and ways to collect these metrics with in-built Redis tools.
In this post, we will show you how to set up Redis monitoring with SigNoz - an open-source full-stack APM. SigNoz captures data using OpenTelemetry, which is becoming the world standard for instrumenting cloud-native applications. Apart from capturing metrics from your Redis server, you can also capture logs and traces with OpenTelemetry.
OpenTelemetry libraries can be used to monitor MongoDB interactions. In this tutorial, we will learn how we can monitor MongoDB with OpenTelemetry libraries to analyze query execution and identify performance bottlenecks.
In this article, we dig deeper into why we decided to extend support for ClickHouse as a storage backend for SigNoz and the efficiency gains we achieved using it.