A database is a complicated piece of software that takes care and feeding. Because it’s a core component, you need to know whether it’s running well, and if not, why not. Monitoring is about gathering data to determine this, and figuring out what you need to do to make your system better.
In this session we'll cover some of the basics about cluster health that you'll want to understand about your Neo4j instance. We'll use Halin and its diagnostic features to explore the configuration of a working cluster, find issues, and learn how we can improve the run-time health and performance of a Neo4j system.
Thu, Oct 10, 2019 · 1:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
M. David Allen is a technologist who loves to learn and to figure out how to do things that haven't been done before. At Neo4j, he is a Partner Solution architect working with Neo4j’s strategic partners, in particular cloud computing platforms and...