This page describes the application environments and versions supported by the Database Visibility Agent.
Database Visibility Support
Once Database Visibility is available, you can create collectors that run on the Database Agent to monitor any of these systems:
Supported through Amazon RDS
Datastax Enterprise (DSE) Cassandra
|IBM DB2 LUW||9.x, 10.x, 11.x|
|MongoDB, MongoDB cluster||>= 2.6|
All versions including MySQL Version 8.0, Percona, MariaDB, and Aurora
|Microsoft SQL Server||Yes|
2005, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, and SQL Azure
Microsoft SQL Server on Linux
SQL Server on Linux is currently available as a public preview and is not recommended for production use.
Database Visibility works well with this preview release, but monitoring results may vary until a stable version of SQL Server on Linux is available.
|Oracle, Oracle RAC||Yes||10g ( >= 10.2), 11g, 12c, 18c, and 19c|
All the versions including Azure Database for PostgreSQL and Aurora
|Sybase IQ||All versions|
If you enable hardware monitoring for MySQL and PostgreSQL RDS databases, then to fetch vCPU, use mapping of model vs vCPU from Amazon RDS Instance Types. The fetched vCPU is used for IBL licensing model.
From 20.5 release, 32-bit is unsupported.
|Linux||32-bit and 64-bit|
|Amazon RDS||All versions|
To avoid metric value errors, use a 64-bit JRE with the 64-bit operating system.
If you use a third-party application along with Database Visibility to monitor Sybase, the data displayed in the controller may not display correctly. For accurate metrics, do not use both a third-party application and Database Visibility to monitor Sybase.