MongoDB Monitoring

LogicMonitor can proactively monitor your MongoDB servers and clusters, giving you predefined alert thresholds to help ensure the health, performance and availability of your service.

But more than that, LogicMonitor is easily extended to parse the JSON output of any Mongo query, so you can quickly add trending and alerting for any metric you can query from Mongo. Additionally, you can combine metrics using LogicMonitor’s built in expressions or use Groovy directly within the datasource to calculate, store, graph and alert on whatever you need.

Built in alerts inform you of thresholds being exceeded for bTree miss ratio, percentage of used connections, different classes of asserts, and more.

All AP Interfaces in One Place

The Devices Page in LogicMonitor gives you instant and comprehensive oversight of all your AP interfaces. Track usage and quickly pinpoint issues. Get alerts when bandwidth or number of users exceed thresholds.

And of course, Active Discovery will keep LogicMonitor up to date. Add a new IPSec VPN link, and you don’t need to remember to update monitoring – ActiveDiscovery will do that for you.

Just a few of the critical MongoDB metrics we monitor:

MongoDB Query activity

Track the amount and type of queries over time – see your MongoDB activity increase or change characteristics over time.

MongoDB Replication Monitoring

Automatically discover all replicas and arbiters, track their lag, health, and other metrics.

MongoDB Flush Time

Track the time spent flushing to disk. Know whether you are overloading the IO system of the Primary or Secondaries.

Cluster Wide views

Easily generate cluster wide views of all operations across all replicas, and much more.

Available LogicModules:

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