The Percona Cloud Tools beta service continues to grow its query analysis capabilities with new features for reviewing queries. These enhancements will:
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Query Review gives you the right resources to efficiently review your application’s most important database activities. New tools enable you to assess, categorize, and comment on each of your application’s queries.
Investigating a problem? Now when you review your application’s queries, we’ll keep track of queries you’ve evaluated so you don’t have to. All queries can be marked as “New,” “Reviewed,” or “Needs attention.” We mark queries as “New” by default. These three phrases will save you significant time and can help you more efficiently perform query analysis as a team. New filters in Percona Cloud Tools also allow you to quickly assess the performance of new queries introduced in your latest code deployment.
Query tags are a flexible way to allow your team to use your own language to categorize queries. There are many ways to use tags. One approach we recommend is to record which queries belong to different sub-systems of your application such as ‘checkout’ or ‘hotel-search’. This should help to connect the experiences of your application’s users to the underlying queries.
You spoke and we listened. Finding queries is now easier than ever in Percona Cloud Tools with tools for sorting, filtering, and free text search. Feel free to send other feature suggestions by emailing email@example.com.
Thanks to all of the beta testers for using Percona Cloud Tools and providing feedback. Your suggestions and bug reports have been very helpful. Keep ‘em coming!
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