NosDB Admin and Monitoring Tools

NosDB provides powerful and yet easy to use tools to let you manage and monitor your database clusters and database clients. There are two GUI based tools, NosDB Management Studio and NosDB Monitor, to help you achieve these goals.

Additionally, NosDB provides you with PowerShell integration for command line tools to let you script and automate your routine administration tasks. NosDB also provides Visual Studio integration to quickly create and configure your database cluster and run SQL queries all from within Visual Studio.

NosDB Management Studio

NosDB provides a powerful GUI admin tool called NosDB Management Studio. This tool allows you to create database clusters, databases, collections, indexes, and more. It also includes a SQL Query tool that lets you type standard or extended SQL queries and execute them right there.

NosDB Management Studio

NosDB Monitor

NosDB also provides a dashboard style GUI tool for monitoring cluster and database activities. This tool allows you to view both server-side and client-side activities for a given database cluster.

NosDB Monitor


PowerShell Integration

NosDB provides full integration with PowerShell so you can administer NosDB from within PowerShell. This allows you to use a standardized scripting environment for managing NosDB clusters and databases.

PowerShell Integration


Visual Studio Integration

NosDB provides very strong integration with Visual Studio. You will be able to stay within your favorite .NET IDE and also manage NosDB clusters, databases, collections, and more. You can also run SQL queries from within Visual Studio before incorporating them in your code.

Visual Studio Integration


Windows Performance Monitor

Windows Performance Monitor is a standard way of monitoring applications. NosDB provides a rich integration with Windows Performance Monitor with a lot of different server-side and client-side counters. With these counters, you can monitor NosDB in real-time and also in comparison to your applications and other components of your system.

Windows Performance Monitor



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