VividCortex Now Available for Windows

Posted by Alex Slotnick on Feb 1, 2016 3:01:57 PM

We're excited to announce that VividCortex support for Windows is now available! With VividCortex, Windows users can benefit from the first unified suite of performance monitoring tools specifically designed for today's large-scale, polyglot persistence tier. 

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We know that Windows support is vital for many large organizations with sweeping, established systems. Now, government, health care, university, and finance organizations who rely on Windows can employ the powerful insight of VividCortex.

With features including 1-second granularity, behavior-based monitoring, chat-integration, and custom dashboards, VividCortex has the ability to monitor hundreds of thousands of instances in MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, MongoDB, and Amazon Aurora. It’s the tool that lets IT teams see their databases with new confidence and reach their highest levels of efficiency and precision.

We're especially excited to serve MySQL users on Windows. Although many in the opensource community may not be aware of it, MySQL on Windows is hugely popular, and Windows Server is an excellent server OS, making monitoring on this platform a real and credible need. The chart below, from MySQL's own dev blog, shows just how much MySQL users in the past have preferred Windows over other options: "In terms of downloads, Windows far exceeds any other platform for the MySQL Server,"  author Robin Schumacher writes.

 
Installing VividCortex for Windows is fast and easy. Users can either run install.exe or use the command-line unattended, for such specifics as headless hosts, automated deploys, and more. To see exactly how simple installation is, check out our documentation here.  

Windows users, get started with VividCortex and begin your free trial today!

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