Nowadays, the good functioning of the equipment, networks and systems will be the key for the business of a company to continue operating because it is never avoidable for the companies to use information technology to support their business in the era of big data. However, the technology is never infallible, faults that give rise to sometimes critical situations may appear at any time. To detect and prevent failures, it is very essential to have a good monitoring system which is responsible for controlling the technology used by a company (hardware, networks and communications, operating systems or applications, among others) in order to analyze their operation and performance, and to detect and alert about possible errors. The aim of this thesis is thus to further advance the field of anomaly detection and exploratory causal inference which are two major research areas in a monitoring system, to provide efficient algorithms with regards to the usability, maintainability and scalability. The analyzed results can be viewed as a starting point for the root cause analysis of the system performance issues and to avoid falls in the syst ... mehrem or minimize the time of resolution of the issues in the future. The algorithms were performed on the historical data of SAP HANA database at last and the results gained in this thesis indicate that the tools have succeeded in providing some useful information for diagnosing the performance issues of the system.