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Monitoring MySQL with NGINX Amplify
NGINX Amplify now features MySQL support. Amplify monitors the entire LEMP stack, including variations: Linux, (E)NGINX, MySQL/MariaDB/Percona, PHP, and PHP frameworks such as WordPress. This blog post shows you how to configure the Amplify MySQL plug-in, metrics monitored, and troubleshooting.
Monitor NGINX with the stub_status module, log files, NGINX Amplify, the NGINX Plus API module and dashboard, third-party plug-ins, and more.
Troubleshooting Application Performance and Slow TCP Connections with NGINX Amplify
Senior software engineer Anatoly Mikhaylov shows how to use Amplify as a visualization and reporting tool for fixing dodgy TCP connections.
NGINX Amplify is Generally Available
Owen Garrett, Head of Products, reviews NGINX products from previous keynotes and delivers a final demo, of NGINX Amplify
Announcing General Availability of NGINX Amplify
NGINX Amplify has reached general availability (GA)!
Monitoring PHP Applications with NGINX Amplify
PHP is popular, used directly and in the form of WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla. Use NGINX Amplify to help monitor your PHP applications.
NGINX Amplify for Distributed Application Monitoring
NGINX Amplify is not just for NGINX server monitoring. It has features for distributed application monitoring, such as metric aggregation & system tagging.
The Dreaded 418 Error: Monitoring HTCPCP Microservices in IoT Deployments
Extend the power of NGINX and NGINX Plus to your crucial HTCPCP apps, and add NGINX Amplify to track the dreaded '418 I'm a Teapot' error.
Inside NGINX Amplify: Insights from Our Engineers
Learn best practices for how to monitor NGINX and NGINX Plus from the NGINX, Inc. engineers working to continually improve NGINX Amplify