MongoDB Monitoring

Monitoring the availability of a MongoDB database just got a lot easier. Even better, you can monitor, track, graph, and alert on results from a query. That makes NodePing’s new MongoDB check so much more powerful than just uptime monitoring.

Some of the old-timers at NodePing remember when MongoDB hit the scene in 2009. Now the scrappy little fella is double digits old and is a major player in the NoSQL market so adding monitoring functionality for MongoDB was an easy choice.

Availability monitoring for MongoDB is pretty straightforward using the MongoDB connection URL. You can include authentication, host, and port information and we’ll do the rest.

But not everyone can poke a hole in their firewall so a service can keep an eye on their MongoDB instance. With NodePing AGENT checks, you can set up a private probe behind your firewall where your MongoDB checks can run and send their results to us for tracking and notifications. No firewall changes needed.

But wait, there’s more! (how cheesy does that sound?) Need to keep an eye on how many visitors are hitting your MongoDB powered website? Maybe you want to track how many downloads a particular file gets each day. With our MongoDB check, you can specify a query, track, and graph the results. Set a minimum and maximum range for numeric results or do an exact match or regex on string results. You’ll get notifications if the results are not what you’re expecting. If the information is in the database, we can query, track, and graph it.

For instructions on how to create your first MongoDB check, please see our documentation. If you don’t have a NodePing account yet, sign up for our free, 15-day trial and see how fast and accurate NodePing monitoring is for yourself.

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