course: ksqlDB 101

Monitoring ksqlDB

1 min
Allison WaltherIntegration Architect (Course Presenter)
Robin MoffattStaff Developer Advocate (Course Author)

Monitoring ksqlDB

Whether your ksqlDB application is in the cloud or self-managed, you can use the web interface to monitor what is going on with it. For each persistent query, you can see a real-time report of messages and errors per second. The ksqlDB “Flow” tab provides a real-time view of events flowing through your application. If you click on any component within the Flow diagram, you can get more details, which are updated in real time.

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