In dbWatch you can organize instances in servicegroups

Instances placed in the same servicegroup should provide a common service of some sort. For example this can be instances belonging to the same cluster. Servicegroups may also be placed inside other servicegroups.

How to get here

You can access the service group configurations by going to Server —> Server Configuration —> Service Group Configuration.


The Service Group Configuration view consists of two main parts. On the left side you can see a tree structure showing the service groups, and on the right side you see details about the selected group.

When you select a service group, the details on the right side consists of two panels, General and Content.

General lets you configure the displayname and classification for the Service Grouping.
Content lets you define the content of the Service Group (database instances and/or other Service Groups)

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