Grafana allows you to visualize some fancy stuff with your database.
Now you can use the Grafana UI to monitor what is going on in your RavenDB cluster. You can create your own dashboard based on the metrics you choose, to determine if everything inside your database is working the way you want it.
There is a lot you can keep an eye on with RavenDB Grafana.
You can track tags to distinguish which node you are tracking, like the URL of the server, the node tag, or the cluster ID. There are tons of fields like CPU usage, I/O wait, processor count, total databases in use.
You can track information by server, database, collections, even by index. This enables you to boost performance without having to spend money. Simply identify bottlenecks in the system and target your fixes.
You also get effective crash detection.
If there are clouds brewing in your database, you will see them before the storm. Attack problems before they attack your users with an added layer of early warning. Keep your memory usage in safe zones, acting quickly before the needles touch red.
In this webinar, RavenDB Developer Marcin Lewandowski shows you how to install and use RavenDB’s newest Grafana plug-in to keep your data running as smoothly as possible at all times.