Lukas Vileikis is an ethical hacker and a frequent conference speaker.
Since 2014, Lukas has found and responsibly disclosed security flaws in some of the most visited websites in Lithuania.
He runs one of the biggest & fastest data breach search engines in the world – BreachDirectory.com, frequently speaks at conferences and blogs in multiple places including his blog over at lukasvileikis.com.
How do I Manage My Database Instances with dbWatch?
– The management part of dbWatch can also help you see how your database instances perform, meaning that you can easily observe the running queries in your database instance, what database they are running on, etc. You can also see how long your queries are running and their state (running etc.) – that might help you determine whether you need to index your tables, what indexes you need to use etc. – you can also see how much of your CPU is used, what sessions are active or inactive, you can observe the buffer cache hit ratio, etc.:
– You can also observe the performance reports. This part of dbWatch can tell you what database platforms your database instances use, help you observe what database instances use the most database space, what editions of database instances you use, etc. – you can also see how many hosts, instances, and databases are related to a specific dbWatch server. This list can also be filtered: