PostgreSQL Monitoring & Observability

Detect and resolve sluggish PostgreSQL queries in your requests, along with transaction traces, to gather actionable insights for optimized functionality.

PostgreSQL Monitoring
Query TimePostgreSQL Outage

Detect PostgreSQL Database Outages

Quickly pinpoint and resolve performance problems within your database fleet using user-friendly health summary telemetry. Understand the demands on your databases with PostgreSQL host wait events and efficiently manage, troubleshoot, and address potential outages using top query metrics.

PostgreSQL Outage
Slow QueryPostgreSQL Slow Query

Pinpoint Slow PostgreSQL Queries

Identify PostgreSQL queries with the most significant impact on PostgreSQL responsiveness. Obtain the necessary insights to pinpoint and address inefficiencies at the query level. Comprehend the execution plans, optimize query efficiency, and ensure that each query contributes to the overall optimal performance of your PostgreSQL database.

PostgreSQL Slow Queries
DB CallAPM Metrics

Correlating SQL Metrics with APM Data

Drill down into an individual database operation to understand which end points call a particular table and operation, along with specific details of the total time consumed, response time, throughput, slowest SQL queries of that operation.

PostgreSQL Stack Trace
PostgreSQL Logs MonitoringPostgreSQL Logs

PostgreSQL Queries and Enriched Logs

Streamline log analysis by parsing PostgreSQL data alongside infrastructure log events, consolidating all information in a centralized hub. Uncover detailed insights into query execution, resource usage, and error conditions to get a holistic perspective on transaction details, index optimizations, and precise timestamp correlations.

Database PostgreSQL Logs Monitoring
Ensure Continuous Database Monitoring Across all SQL and No-SQL Databases

Monitoring your software stack made easy!

Auto Instrumentation

Auto Instrumentation

Utilize industry-leading integrations with libraries and frameworks for in-depth invisibility into Java, PHP, Node.js, Ruby, Python, Go, .NET applications.

Real-time observability

Real-time observability

See data from multiple apps in real time and visualize critical information including transaction performance, error rate, database performance, network calls and more.

Resolve issues quickly

Resolve issues quickly

Quickly identify error and PostgreSQL performance issues and fix them by using the context, environment, and more before it affects your customers.

Unlimited applications

Unlimited applications

Track all your PostgreSQL application workflow in one place. Add your production, dev, staging, QA to monitor your applications through the complete software development cycle.

Custom Queries

Custom Queries

Get your questions answered. Use custom queries to slice and dice the data by transaction, URL, error, user, browser, host OS and more using PostgreSQL performance monitoring.

Built for developers

Built for developers

Designed by developers, for developers and managers to determine when and where your attention is required and enable teams to ship more and fix less.

Smart notifications

Smart notifications

Setup alerts to automatically monitor your applications for increase in response time, API failures, error rate and much more. Get notified through various channels, including Slack, Teams, Email, PagerDuty and more.

Compare releases

Compare releases

Easily compare one time range to another and so on, and identify changes in app behavior and stability with respect to the app releases.

Email digests

Email digests

Don't miss out on your PostgreSQL application performance and error stats. Atatus can send you weekly and monthly summaries directly to your inbox.

FAQs on PostgreSQL Monitoring

What is PostgreSQL monitoring, and why is it important?

PostgreSQL monitoring involves the systematic observation and analysis of various performance metrics and parameters within a PostgreSQL database. It is crucial for ensuring the optimal performance, availability, and reliability of PostgreSQL instances. Monitoring allows you to detect and address potential issues, optimize resource usage, and maintain the overall health of your PostgreSQL databases, which are fundamental components of many web applications.

Why should I monitor PostgreSQL with Atatus?

Monitoring PostgreSQL with Atatus offers a comprehensive solution for gaining deep insights into the performance of your PostgreSQL databases. Atatus provides real-time visibility, customizable dashboards, and intelligent alerting capabilities, allowing you to proactively manage and optimize PostgreSQL instances. With Atatus, you can ensure high availability, quickly troubleshoot issues, and streamline the performance of your PostgreSQL-powered applications.

What metrics should be monitored in PostgreSQL?

Important PostgreSQL metrics to monitor include:

  1. Query performance metrics (execution time, throughput, etc.)
  2. InnoDB metrics (buffer pool usage, transactions, etc.)
  3. Connection statistics (connections, aborted connections, etc.)
  4. Replication metrics (lag, slave status, etc.)
  5. Server resource utilization (CPU usage, memory usage, disk I/O)
Which databases does Atatus support for monitoring?

Atatus supports a wide range of popular databases, including but not limited to MySQL, MS SQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, Redis, Memcached, SQLite, and Aerospike. The platform provides integrations and pre-built dashboards tailored to each supported database, allowing users to monitor and analyze their database performance effectively. Whether your application relies on MySQL or a combination of different databases, Atatus provides a unified platform for effective monitoring and optimization.

How does Atatus handle PostgreSQL query analysis for optimization?

Atatus provides Query Performance Monitoring, allowing you to identify slow queries, view query plans, and assess overall query performance. With this information, you can optimize queries for better database efficiency.

Is Atatus suitable for monitoring PostgreSQL in a distributed environment?

Yes, Atatus is designed to monitor PostgreSQL databases in both traditional and distributed environments. It supports monitoring across on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructure, providing a unified view of your PostgreSQL performance regardless of the deployment model.

What kind of notifications does Atatus offer for PostgreSQL alerts?

Atatus supports various notification channels, including email, Slack, PagerDuty, and others. You can configure alerting policies with specific thresholds and conditions to receive timely notifications when PostgreSQL metrics deviate from expected values.

How long is my PostgreSQL query metrics available?

Data retention for PostgreSQL monitoring is set to 7 days by default. This can be changed in your billing settings to 60 or 90 days. Contact our Customer Success Representative if you require a longer retention period.

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