Azure Database for MySQL is a relational database service in the Microsoft Azure cloud that uses the MySQL Community Edition database engine. It benefits you to stay focused on rapid app development and rev your time to market rather than managing virtual machines and infrastructure.
Netsurion facilitates monitoring events from the Azure Database for MySQL. The dashboard, categories, alerts, and reports interface in Netsurion’s threat protection platform, EventTracker, benefits in tracking database activities and changes to detect any suspicious activities performed on the MySQL database.
EventTracker Knowledge Packs (KPs) for Azure Database for MySQL allow you to monitor the following components:
Firstly, it is necessary to set up the Azure Database for MySQL to deliver events to the EventTracker Manager and then configure the dashboards and reports in EventTracker.
The configuration details are consistent with EventTracker version 9.3 or later, and Azure Database for MySQL.
To configure the Azure Database for MySQL to send logs to EventTracker, refer to the How-To Guide.
To configure the Knowledge Packs in the EventTracker console, refer to the Integration Guide.