August 30, 2010

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Monitoring MongoDB

A while back I did an interview with Scout, a monitoring service, on a Scout plugin I helped create for monitoring MongoDB. Sometimes I forget that you all don’t follow my every move and today it occurred to me that I should share it here too.

The plugin has some cool graphs, such as queries per second, index size vs. RAM size, and storage size vs. disk size. Below are a few screenshots of the plugin in action.

I also posted a bit on RailsTips about the plugins before they hit the big leagues and were merged into Scout’s official plugins.

Head over to the Scout blog for the full interview and more details on the plugin.

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Authored by John Nunemaker (Noo-neh-maker), a web developer and programmer who has fallen deeply in love with Mongo. More about John.


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