Multi-Dimensional Database Performance Analysis

with Database Performance Analyzer


Fully functional for 14 days

Traditional database monitoring tools only tell you half the story

Multitude of factors

Thousands of factors contribute to database performance, which makes troubleshooting problematic without the right tools.

Emphasis on system health

Optimizing resource utilization such as CPU, memory, or storage does not necessarily result in faster database performance.

Metrics are relative

Traditional monitoring tools display dashboards with countless health metrics, resulting in information overload and confusion.

Database Performance Analyzer is the only product that offers Multidimensional Database Performance Analysis.

  • SQL statements

    Gives database developers a unified view of the way code works in production.

  • Context

    Allows IT pros to invoke the right context filter with a click of the mouse.

  • System health

    Provides a view of the precise link between resource contention and response time.

  • Wait-based analysis

    Monitors wait times and identifies those that have the most significant impact on performance.

  • Response time

    Identifies the impact database response time has on end-users.

  1. SQL statements

    Many factors influence SQL performance, including number of executions, plans, and locking/blocking. Monitoring development environments helps enable proactive troubleshooting, but to truly understand SQL performance, database developers need to be able to see how code works in production. Database Performance Analyzer places only a negligible load on production servers regardless of settings or view within the product. To help ensure the security of production performance data, Database Performance Analyzer’s security settings and Active Directory® integration provides multi-level permissions and group-based policies.

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  2. Context

    Metrics are relative, so without the proper context, they’re meaningless. Traditional database management and monitoring focuses on dashboards with countless health metrics, resulting in overload and confusion. Context allows you to look at performance data from multiple angles.

    With Database Performance Analyzer, you can invoke the right context filter with just a click of your mouse. For example, you can quickly filter down to a specific wait time for a specific SQL query within a specific program in just a few clicks.

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  3. System Health

    Database performance tuning that focuses on reducing utilization of CPU, Memory, Storage, or the Network can improve the use of these resources, but this type of tuning doesn’t necessarily translate into improved database performance. By correlating database response time with resource metrics, Database Performance Analyzer shows the precise link between resource contention, its effect on the database, and ultimately application performance. The VM Option provides a direct correlation between database response time, the physical host, and datastore for databases running on VMware.

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  4. Wait-based analytics

    SQL Server wait types and Oracle®, DB2®, and ASE wait events are key to understanding the precise cause of slow SQL response times. Database Performance Analyzer monitors these waits and identifies those that have the most significant impact on database performance. Understanding waits can be difficult, so Database Performance Analyzer includes a description of the wait, how to best resolve the issue, and who typically deals with such things. This is extremely useful for developers, IT generalists, and accidental DBAs.

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  5. Response time

    Most database management software products neglect the most important aspect of performance: response time! The time between an application submitting a SQL statement and the database management system responding is the only metric that really matters to applications, and ultimately end-users. By starting with response time, the context of all metrics and further analysis is focused on areas that deliver the biggest impact to improve the most important database metric: database response time.

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…this product is invaluable to my team for problem resolution. We could not do our jobs as efficiently, nor could we solve problems as quickly, without this product."

Database Administrator at S&P 500 company

Solve complex database issues and optimize performance

Database Performance Analyzer Starts at $1995

  • Share intuitive charts and graphs with developers, architects, QA engineers, DBAs, and managers
  • Send roles and permissions per user or through Active Directory
  • Identify trends before they become issues with automatic reports and alerts

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