Database Autonomy Service (DAS) is a cloud service that can automate self-perception, repair, optimization, O&M, and security for databases based on machine learning algorithms and the experience of database experts. DAS simplifies database management and minimizes service failures that can be caused by manual operations. This ensures that your database service is stable, secure, and efficient.

Getting started

  1. Connect a database instance to DAS. For more information, see Connect database instances.
  2. Create a cluster (optional). For more information, see Create a cluster.
  3. Use the basic features of DAS.
    • Use monitoring dashboards to view performance monitoring data of database instances. For more information, see Monitoring dashboards.
    • Use the alert management feature to manage alerts on database instances. For more information, see Configure an alerts.
    • Use the session management feature to view and manage database sessions. For more information, see Session management.
    • Use the slow query log analysis feature to identify SQL statements that run slow. For more information, see Slow query log analysis

References

  • Before you use DAS to manage your database instances, connect your database instances to DAS. For more information, see Connect database instances.
    • You can use DAS to monitor your self-managed database instances, such as database instances that run on Elastic Compute Service (ECS) instances, on-premises database instances that are deployed in your data center, and self-managed database instances that are deployed in a third-party cloud.
    • You can use DAS to monitor Alibaba Cloud ApsaraDB RDS instances.
  • Create clusters. For more information, see Manage clusters.
  • View information about the performance of clusters and database instances. For more information, see Instance monitoring.
  • Configure alert rules and alert contacts. For more information, see Configure alert rules.