Database performance monitoring News
September 30, 2015
The latest version of MongoDB finds the NoSQL database running on a new WiredTiger storage engine. Better performance and data compression are among MongoDB 3.0's touted benefits.
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Ensure your customer's SQL Server 2008 R2 environment has the proper resources by determining workload group requirements with Resource Governor and classifying server requests. Continue Reading
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Database performance monitoring and management tools can be used to mitigate issues and help organizations be more proactive, so they can avoid performance problems and outages. Continue Reading
Due to their effect on virtualized clusters, virtual SANs and overall database performance, new in-memory technologies like DRAM and RDMA networks are becoming more widely adopted. Continue Reading
Application, database, availability and error monitoring are just a few of the main features that New Relic APM offers enterprises in search of application performance monitoring. Continue Reading
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Exchange Server 2010 automatically performs background maintenance on your mailbox databases, but Exchange administrators can't shirk these important database maintenance and monitoring tasks. Continue Reading
SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer tracks and analyzes wait time in database server processes in an effort to find the cause of performance problems. Version 10 adds MySQL compatibility. Continue Reading
If you're a database administrator or developer these days, you have one wish for a database management system: Make it fast. It needs to be, because applications are requiring more and more power to run. There's in-memory processing, which can really speed things along, but it can also be a drag on database performance. And big data applications and new database designs like NoSQL technologies further add to performance issues.
This guide aims to boost performance management planning. First, consultant Rick Sherman gives tips on designing a database for speed and efficiency. Next, reporter Jessica Sirkin talks to Microsoft SQL Server DBAs about using monitoring tools to keep after-hours work to a minimum. Finally, reporter Jack Vaughan interviews analyst Curt Monash about workloads. Consider how big they are, Monash says, when planning database deployment. Continue Reading
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Using Oracle ADDM is an effective way to resolve SQL performance problems, according to Brian Peasland. ADDM is his go-to tool for finding problem SQL statements. Continue Reading
Learn to use Performance Monitor counters in Windows to optimize domain controllers for maximum system and database performance. Continue Reading
Identifying and resolving bottlenecks is key to a high-performing SQL Server. Types of bottlenecks include memory, disk and CPU bottlenecks. SQL Server MVP Hilary Cotter explains how to locate these log jams using System Monitor, SQL Profiler and DMVs. Continue Reading