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MongoDB Analytics to track your site performance
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What is DatabaseLog?

It is MongoDB analytics to track your site performance in selected period of time. Stop manually querying your MongoDB, define metric once and make data driven decisions fast.
DatabaseLog is a tool in the Business Dashboards category of a tech stack.

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DatabaseLog's Features

  • Analytics for mongoDB
  • Track metrics in real-time
  • Make data driven decisions fast

DatabaseLog Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to DatabaseLog?
From uptime and analytics to check-ins, Geckoboard is a hosted dashboard that’s available on any screen with a browser. Geckoboard monitors your businesses vital signs.
Cyfe is an all-in-one dashboard that helps you monitor and analyze data found across all your online services like Google Analytics, Salesforce, AdSense, MailChimp, Amazon, Facebook, WordPress, Zendesk, Twitter and more from one single location in real-time.
Leftronic dashboards retrieve a company’s metrics from popular services such as Google Analytics, Twitter, Zendesk, etc., as well as receive custom metrics through a super-simple API. The dashboards update in real-time and are designed for large screens. This makes it easy for teams to monitor their company’s critical metrics.
You can pull your data together using out-of-the-box, hassle-free connectors for hundreds of data sources, including spreadsheets, files, databases, and web services applications.
Ducksboard is a real-time dashboard for tracking internal metrics and web services. A single place where you can gather data from all SaaS apps you use (GoogleAnalytics, Mailchimp, Twitter, Zendesk…), as well as any internal metric you might consider. You can access your metrics in real time from your browser, but you will also be able to generate Excel and PDF files to share with your team or export widgets to your intranet.
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