Management Pack for MySQL

The Blue Medora VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for MySQL is an embedded adapter for vRealize Operations (vROps), collecting performance data from your MySQL database management system and providing predictive analysis and real-time information about problems in your infrastructure—all within the vRealize Operations user interface.

Notable Features

The Management Pack harnesses powerful VMware vRealize Operations features such as:

  • 4 comprehensive MySQL monitoring dashboards:
    • MySQL Overview
    • MySQL Usage
    • MySQL Query Analysis
    • MySQL on VMware
  • 800+ collected metrics for MySQL resources
  • Key performance metrics such as wait times, disk I/O, indexes, transactions, and connections
  • External relationships to the VMware virtual layer
  • Detailed alerts and recommendations for events such as high wait times, unused indexes, and aborted connections
  • vRealize Calculated Connection Capacity for MySQL instances

Release Notes

VersionRelease DateDescription 
  • Updated to support vRealize Operations 7.x and 8.x (does not support vRealize Operations 6.x)
  • This release also adds support for MySQL 8 and MariaDB 10.3 and 10.4 12, 2018
  • Added support for MariaDB 10.2 (rolled into this release from a previous LA)
  • Updated for vROps 6.7 compatibility (For information about general vROps 6.7 impact on our management packs, see our 6.7 Support Knowledge Article.)
  • Changed default metrics shown on dashboards for VMware objects

  • Added support for full uninstall of the management pack
  • Added data provider OSS attribution file (See: Management Pack Files and Folders (MySQL)) 21, 2017
6.0.10600022September 30, 2016Added support for True Visibility Suite licensing
6.0.10600021January 4, 2016Initial General Availability release for vRealize Operations 6.0 and 6.1

Known Issues / Limitations

The following known issues/limitations exist for the currently-released version of the Management Pack:

  • The REPLICATION CLIENT permission is required for proper operation of the Management Pack. Even if you are not using replication, if the REPLICATION CLIENT permission is not used as described in Setting User Privileges (MySQL), process data will not be collected, and an error will be listed in the log files.

See also:

System Requirements (MySQL)