Top 5 PostgreSQL Query Monitoring Tools

PostgreSQL query monitoring tools allow you to monitor PostgreSQL queries, optimize performance and speed up your database. Some of them even provide PostgreSQL performance tuning and PostgreSQL query optimization capabilities. Here are the top 5 PostgreSQL query monitoring tools that you can use to monitor your database.



Top 5 PostgreSQL Query Monitoring Tools

Here are the top 5 PostgreSQL query monitoring tools you can use for PostgreSQL performance monitoring.


1. pgAdmin

pgAdmin is one of the most popular PostgreSQL query monitoring tools that features a graphical interface to monitor databases, an SQL query tool, and a code debugger.

pgAdmin is an open-source PostgreSQL performance monitoring tool that provides a live dashboard to monitor queries and edit them.

It is available as desktop application as well as cloud-based service. pgAdmin works well on Windows, Linux and Mac.

It is the best free PostgreSQL performance monitoring tool that also supports database management. It is easy to install and use.

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2. pgAnalyze

pgAnalyze is one of the best PostgreSQL query monitoring tools that has tons of features specifically built for PostgreSQL performance monitoring and query analysis.

It helps you find out which queries run slowly, why they are running slowly, and whether they need an index to speed up performance.

pgAnalyze also helps track key query metrics such as average run time, calls/min, etc.

pgAnalyze offers 14-day free trial, and is available in 3 versions – Production, Scale and Enterprise.

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3. SolarWinds Application & Server Monitor

SolarWinds Application & Server monitor is a comprehensive tool to monitor pretty much every part of your tech infrastructure such as databases, servers, network applications, and more.

It also supports PostgreSQL performance monitoring and tracks key database metrics such as database size, table size, active database, server connections, indexes, locks, triggers, transaction rates and more.

SolarWinds even allows you to set up automated alerts for your database, based on specific thresholds. So you will be sent alerts in case PostgreSQL performance changes suddenly. It is suitable for small-medium businesses, with a starting price of $2,995.

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4. Datadog

Datadog is a cloud-based system monitoring tool that integrates with many third-party tools including PostgreSQL. It helps you monitor PostgreSQL queries and spot inefficient ones.

It even has a PostgreSQL monitoring dashboard which tracks tons of database query metrics such as throughput, cache size, etc.

Datadog even allows you to set up automated alerts based on thresholds. It even features an AI-based system that can help you spot potential bottlenecks before it becomes too late.

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5. Paessler PRTG Network Monitor

Paessler PRTG Network Monitor is a network monitoring tool that provides sensors to monitor servers, databases, applications, network and more. Its PostgreSQL sensor helps you track execution time of query, number of rows returned, table information, throughput.

It helps you track live data as well as historic data for past 2, 30 or 365 days. PRTG also features email, SMS and push notifications to alert you about issues.

PRTG has a free plan that provides up to 100 sensors. So if you are looking for a PostgreSQL query monitoring tool, this is a great option.


Conclusion

If you are looking for a free PostgreSQL query monitoring tool, then try pgAdmin or PRTG. If you don’t mind paying for a PostgreSQL performance monitoring software, then try Solarwinds or Datadog.

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