Track: Security and Database Administration
Date: Tuesday, April 24
Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: San Thomas, Santa Clara Convention Center
Do you have more MySQL daemons than you can keep track of? Do you learn when one goes down only after things have hit the fan? Would you like some advanced or at least timely warning?
Do you use SNMP and a management station to monitor the health and availablity of your switches and routers, and possibly your hosts. Would you like to manage your MySQL servers the same way, using the same tools? Come learn how you can.
There's a RDBMS-MIB. And now there's an AgentX subagent for it.
Come learn how it will make your life a little less stressful.
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