Whaleal Platform ChangeLog

Whaleal Platform V2.0.0

Whaleal Platform V2.0.0。

Its platform includes functional modules as follows:

1. Log in and register

  • register

Register an account: When registering an account, there is no need to verify the correctness of the mobile phone number and email address. Only the basic format and existence are verified. It is generally recommended to fill in the mobile phone number (only mobile phone numbers in mainland China are supported) and email address.


  • Log in

    Login method: mobile phone + password, email + password, account number + password.



  • Host

    • Displays the survival status of the host, CPU, memory, and disk in the form of a fan chart.
  • Host Summary

    • Displays the top five memory details of CPU, Memory, Disk, NetIn, and NetOut in the form of a chart.
  • Mongo

    • Displays the real-time status of Mongo nodes, Mongo clusters, and Mongo cluster types in the form of a fan chart.
  • MongoDB Summary

    • Displays the top five storage details of Cluster, Collection, Crashed, Qps, Connection, and Slowest in the form of a chart.

3. Project

  • Project
    • You can define permissions and access controls to ensure that only authorized users can access and manage resources in the project

4. Server

  • Host statistics

    • The page displays the general information of the hosts that have been managed by the platform. At the same time, you can perform operations such as updating the data of the hosts without management.
  • Add host

    • EC2

      Add EC2 host

    • K8S

      Create k8s host, modify and add host resource configuration

  • Host information

    • Click the host name to enter the host's details page. The page contains the host's basic information, monitoring, logs, commands, alarms, etc. Details are introduced at HostInfos
  • Get out of custody

    • Remove the host from the platform


  • Mongo static information

    • The page displays cluster information that has been managed into the platform. You can also search and locate the desired cluster, and perform different operations on the cluster. For example, operations such as updating node information, starting, shutting down, restarting, leaving management, renaming, etc.


  • Backup
    • Back up mongodb and store the backup files in S3
  • Restore
    • Recover data from backup files


  • Alert configuration
    • Add alarm configuration, which can configure host alarms, mongo alarms, and project alarms


  • Info

    The info page provides cluster information, replica set configuration and node status. Administrators can view cluster summary information, replication set configuration (such as master and slave node settings), and details of each node here.

  • Health

    Quickly diagnose the resources and configuration information of the current host and MongoDB. This information can help evaluate the performance, availability and health of MongoDB.

  • Performance

    Real-time monitoring can track and record the performance indicators of the MongoDB database system in real time.

  • LogVis

    View the slow log of the current MongoDB cluster and the MongoDB audit log

  • ExplainPlan

    By analyzing execution plans, administrators can understand query execution, discover potential performance bottlenecks, and optimize them.



  • Audit list
    • Audit notification, including user operations, request methods, cluster operations, user login and other information


  • Media pack management

    • Mongo media package management

      • When creating a cluster, select a different mongo version to create. This version of mongo can be uploaded through the MongoTars page..
  • Email configuration
    • Configure the alarm email. The alarm information will be sent to the user through this email.
  • Collection granularity configuration
    • Collection granularity configuration can set the frequency of data collection in monitoring
  • Kubernetes configuration
    • k8s configuration, to add a k8s host, you must add the Kubernetes configuration file to the WAP platform.
  • Inspecting S3 configuration
    • Inspection needs to be configured, and the inspection files are stored in S3.


  • Inspection
  • Support
    • Whaleal Support

13.User Center

  • Personal Center

    • The personal center page displays the personal information filled in during registration. You can change and add information on this page.
  • User Management

    • Only the admin account can display and operate the management page. Users can be deleted and empowered on the page.
      • Click the user name to enter the user resource page, where you can manage permissions for this user, such as adding hosts and creating clusters. You can show and hide a host or cluster for this user on the Server and Mongo pages.
  • Account configuration

  • The account configuration page can set the time zone and whether to accept alarm notifications.

14. Help


Whaleal Platform Agent V2.0.0

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