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Best Practices in Database Performance Management

18th April, 2013
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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According to Bloor Research, a wait-based approach to measuring database performance is not only more intuitive, but is also more effective in identifying the root cause of database performance problems. Most database monitoring tools focus on server health. Server performance metrics provide a lot of information about what is happening but not about why it is happening. A time or wait-based approach – monitoring what the database is waiting on – is far more effective and enables DBAs to take a proactive approach to database performance management.

Please join Bloor Research Director, Philip Howard, for this live event. Mr. Howard will cover the three key elements for monitoring database performance and how a wait-based performance approach will help ensure optimum database performance. Sr. DBA and performance expert, Neil Hambly, will demonstrate how Confio Ignite, a wait-based performance monitoring tool, can be used to proactively manage database performance.