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    September 20, 2016

MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.3 Is now GA!

Matt Lord
Senior MySQL Product Manager

Enterprise Backup Dashboard

We're very happy to announce the general availability of the next release of MySQL Enterprise Monitor, version 3.3 (see the full changelog here). This is the best in class tool for monitoring and management of your MySQL assets, included with your MySQL Enterprise Edition subscription.

What's New?

Backup Dashboard -- The new Backup Dashboard brings deeper integration with MySQL Enterprise Backup and provides key visibility into critical backup activities, allowing you to easily ensure that your most valuable assets are protected against data loss. Visually monitor high level backup metrics for your entire MySQL topology or individual groups, and drill in to view all key metrics and details for individual backups of specific instances. Best Practice Advisors also help you ensure that your backup jobs are running as expected by proactively alerting you when potential problems are detected.

Named Filters -- The UI now makes honing in on common problems even easier with support for "named filters". You can use these shortcuts to quickly select your preferred search criteria on views throughout the product, such as those for: Instances, Events, Query Analyzer, and the All Timeseries Graphs. We also now include some pre-defined filters for: "MySQL Instances using an EOL version", "Old MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent Installations", "Currently Open Emergency Events", and more. In addition to the pre-defined filters, you can easily assign a name to your own favorite search conditions for easy reuse across sessions. 

You can download MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.3 from My Oracle Support or Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. You can find the complete documentation here. If you have any questions or encounter any problems, please let us know by opening a support ticket or filing a bug report. If you're not already a MySQL Enterprise customer, start your free 30 day trial today

Thank you for using MySQL! 

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