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Agent Installation

The following guides you to the basic installation method for using the WhaTap database monitoring service.

Alert Settings

You can set event conditions and receive notifications in various forms.

Analyzing the database

It describes the database performance metrics that can be analyzed using the real-time monitoring.

Application of the template

Use the pre-configured templates. You can easily perform the initial configuration and change the settings for use.

Configuration

Learn about additional options you can set through the whatap.conf file on the database agent server.

Database alert

Alerts are sent through event condition settings per metric in the database.

Event History

You can see the history of alerts that occurred through Event History.

Flex Board

Let's learn about the user-defined integrated dashboard, Flex board.

Instance List

You can see the list of database servers in which the agent has been installed.

Instance Monitoring

In the instance monitoring menu, you can check the information details on key metrics of the database server in real time.

Management

You can manage database agents through the whatap.conf file.

Metrics

Let's learn about the metrics menus for Database Monitoring analysis.

Metrics alert

Use the metrics event settings to set specific and complex events.

Metrics widget

Let's learn the metrics widgets placed on the Flex board.

MongoDB Monitoring

The WhaTap database monitoring service (DBX) provides the performance monitoring service by collecting data based on queries.

Troubleshooting

You can check the problems that may occur during database agent installation.