An Easy to Use Tool that Lets You Monitor Your My Sql Database Anywhere in The World

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MONyog is a cross-platform, easy-to-use and commercial software that lets users easily monitor their MySQL databases from anywhere in the world. It is part of the SQLyog application, which allows users to manage MySQL databases.

Features at a glance

Key features include support for monitoring hacking and security attempts, support deadlock monitoring, multi-user support, configuration management, real-time monitoring, events manager, and error log monitoring.

Additionally, MONyog features a query analyzer with query sniping, lock, and disk monitoring, replication manager, Wayback machine, trend, and historical analysis, dashboard, as well as custom SQL objects and full customization using JavaScript.

It’s cloud-ready

MONyog is cloud-ready, which means that you can deploy it on a web server and use it from any computer, anywhere. The installation takes only 2 minutes and requires no agents on the host where the MySQL server is installed. It provides real-time monitoring functions that will always show you what are the top running queries, top users, top tables, as well as top locked queries.

Who uses MONyog?

Believe it or not, over 2,000,000 users have bought the MONyog software and it is used by more than 30,000 companies to administer and monitor their MariaDB, Percona and MySQL servers.

Among some of the most important companies that use MONyog, we can mention Google, Apple, Novell, PayPal, 3M, Comcast, CBS, Sony, NASA, Xerox, IBM, Berkeley, DivX, Segway, Disney, Cisco, Verizon, Amazon, Siemens, Fujitsu, Pentax, AOL, Best Buy, eBay and Yahoo!.

Supported operating systems and availability

The software is supported on all Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux operating systems, successfully tested with both 64-bit and 32-bit instruction set architectures. It is available for download as a 14-day free trial, but a full license will cost 199 USD (160 EUR) for the Professional edition supporting a single MySQL server.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used MONyog and it worked pretty smoothly πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚