Greetings all! This is the fourth installment of my "Membase for Dummies" video blog series. The other entries are in the series are:
- Getting started with Membase in Five Minutes or Less
- Creating a Multi-Node Membase Cluster
- Creating a bucket within Membase
This latest entry will look at the monitoring facilities provided by the Membase Web UI. We'll take a look at the various screens that can be used to view your bucket confiugration as well as the operations and current status of your Membase cluster.
Running time: 3:40
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Check back next time when I'll be demonstrating how to use Moxi, the memcached proxy.
Thanks and take care!