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Proactive Amazon RDS Performance Monitoring with Datadog


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Sponsored by DATADOG

Tuesday, December 8, 2020
1 p.m. EDT

Join Datadog for a webinar on monitoring Amazon Relational Database Service. You'll learn how to get the most of Datadog's platform and RDS capabilities, as well as:

  • Key metrics when monitoring Aurora, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, SQL and Oracle engines
  • Standard, Enhanced and Native monitoring options
  • Logging, events and tracing for your databases
  • Custom metrics derived from deep database queries
Jimmy Caputo
Senior Product Manager - Datadog
Jimmy Caputo is a Senior Product Manager at Datadog. He leads a team of product managers responsible for Datadog’s integrations with cloud providers  (AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and others), serverless monitoring, and IoT device monitoring.

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