Monitoring MySQL Database Performance with New Relic

MySQL is an open source relational database system that, like Linux, started its history as a personal side project. Over its 25 years of history, MySQL has gained significant traction, and today a broad range of companies, such as Sony and Uber, use it to run their multi-petabyte mission-critical databases. In a way, MySQL has been a victim of its own success. […]

Monitoring Elasticsearch with New Relic

Elasticsearch started out as a wrapper for Apache Lucene, an open source search and index engine. Over time, it evolved into a full-featured, distributed document data store and now is the most popular enterprise search engine and database in the industry. Elasticsearch adoption tends to fit several use cases. It can be used as a […]