Whaleal Platform Introduction

Whaleal Platform (WAP) is an intelligent operations and hosting platform designed for continuous monitoring and management, operating 24/7.

WAP is an open-source MongoDB database supervision and control solution, providing functionalities for troubleshooting and diagnosis of MongoDB.


Architecture Introduction


The architecture diagram illustrates the overall structure of the system, showcasing the relationships between various modules. The division of functional modules involves breaking down a complex system into smaller, single-functional modules. Through analysis of system functionality, specific functional modules for the data sharing and exchange system are summarized.

WAP Features

  • WAP allows highly customizable deployment of MongoDB nodes based on business, data, and security requirements.
  • WAP offers global control over each MongoDB node, ensuring precise awareness.
  • WAP ensures communication encryption to guarantee data security and privacy.
  • WAP audits operational logs to provide historical traceability, effectively reducing troubleshooting time.
  • WAP associates time-grouped logs to establish clear dependencies between operations.
  • WAP links Host monitoring with MongoDB monitoring, enabling correlated investigation and in-depth analysis.
  • WAP supports real-time diagnosis of MongoDB, Slowest Operation analysis, Explain functionality, and more.
  • WAP incorporates years of experience in MongoDB usage and operations from our company.

WAP Roadmap

  • WAP will add an automatic inspection feature.
  • WAP will introduce an intelligent diagnosis module.
  • WAP will implement a data archiving module.
  • WAP will include a real-time data migration module.
  • WAP will gradually integrate with AWS, GCP, Azure, Alibaba Cloud, Huawei Cloud, Tencent Cloud, and more.
  • WAP will progressively support other mainstream OS distributions.
  • WAP will further optimize performance.
  • WAP will address and fix bugs.

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