RDS records the throughput and latency of query operations so you can monitor your query performance. Blue Matador watches the CommitLatency, CommitThroughput, SelectLatency, and SelectThroughput metrics for anomalies that could suggest issues with your database.
Query throughput is the number of operations (select or commit) your database is handling each second. If you are experiencing anomalous query throughput, check the code that accesses the database. This can be done by:
Database query latency can cause big problems for your application, and indicates that your queries are slower. It can occur for one of two reasons:
It is more likely that the latency is occurring due to your application code. Following the advice above for Throughput anomalies should help you find the offending code.
Once you’ve determined that your application code is not to blame for the increased latency, you can try to solve the problem of underlying hardware issues. You can either: