DPA’s unique Multi-Dimensional Performance Analysis correlates wait time with resources, events, and other dimensions to quickly pinpoint the largest contributors to slow performance.
See into database OS, virtualization resources and events, the physical host, storage systems, and the network to eliminate finger-pointing. Visibility across the stack stops guesswork.
DPA web interface and read-only rights make it safe to use across teams. Developers can see the impact of new code in production, and operations can see the impact of any changes.
Discover the cause of past issues, drill down to specific points in time, compare and analyze historic performance and metric baselines to find anomalies and problems.
No agents to deploy or maintain. Monitor test, dev, and production environments across data centers and cloud with DPA Central Server.
DPA provides deep query and execution plan analysis. Tuning advisors point to problems that need immediate focus.
DPA displays root blockers and total waits to keep tuning focused on critical queries. Identify why objects are waiting and see the last query of an idle blocker.
Comprehensive alerting and reporting that won’t overload your inbox. Baselines highlight outliers. DPA comes with pre-built alerts and reports, or you can create your own.
Get database performance in the context of specific applications within SolarWinds® SAM. See everything from web transactions to LUN performance.
"SolarWinds DPA provides insight without excessive monitoring overhead. SolarWinds DPA makes you look like a genius."
"The biggest benefit of using SolarWinds DPA is fast root cause analysis on application performance issues. SolarWinds DPA is an intuitive and easy-to-use tool that allows anyone to see inside an enterprise DB system while it is running."
"SolarWinds DPA changes the job from ‘figuring out what to fix’ to fixing it.The fastest way to get from ‘I don’t know what’s wrong’ to fixing what’s wrong."
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