Import your existing MySQL configuration files which you can then edit and version control.Try ConfigFiles
Compare different versions of your saved configuration files, make changes for a new version, or rollback to a previous version if there is an issue.Try ConfigFiles
Similar to what it does for database configuration files, ConfigFiles will also support management, and monitoring of those files related to your different server application setups as well.
We plan to expand the databases supported from MySQL to include PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and more...
Get a list of recommended configuration changes for your MySQL or PostgreSQL server..
Use a simple configuration wizard to generate an optional configuration for your database server based on your server’s specification.
Authorize access and track who did a configuration change, to what server, when and what change was made. Only allow authorized changes to be made through a central service and use audit trails to correlate any change in your server’s performance or stability behaviour.
Get notified when configuration differences are discovered on the servers compared to what the service is monitoring which could be an indication of unauthorized changes or beginning of “configuration change sprawls”. Prevent configuration changes without proper audit trails.