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Monitoring MongoDB

The guys from Boxed Ice have already published a lot about their experience running MongoDB in production, plus a series of posts advising on MongoDB monitoring. Actually they are offering a hosted service for MongoDB monitoring: Server Density .

If you still don’t have MongoDB monitoring in place—unfortunately Foursquare had to learn what this means the hard waycheck this talk from David Mytton[1].

  1. The video quality is very low and I couldn’t embed it here.  

Original title and link: Monitoring MongoDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)