Embarcadero Technologies, Inc., a provider of application and database life cycle management solutions, announced enhanced support for Microsoft SQL Server professionals with Embarcadero DBArtisan 7.3. This new release includes SQL Server support for the DBArtisan Analyst Series products – DBArtisan Space Analyst, Performance Analyst and Capacity Analyst. With the addition of advanced SQL analytics and new powerful administration and navigation enhancements for IBM DB2 z/OS and OS/390, DBArtisan 7.3 provides DBAs with the most complete and integrated set of database management tools, broadening its already extensive, industry-leading support of multiple database platforms.

The Embarcadero DBArtisan Analyst Series for SQL Server delivers comprehensive performance, space and capacity management functionality for complex database environments. Also available on the Oracle platform, the DBArtisan Analyst Series is seamlessly integrated with DBArtisan so users can leverage DBArtisan's familiar and easy-to-use graphical user interface. Database administrators (DBAs) can access, troubleshoot and resolve database problems, ensuring improved uptime and reduced costs through enhanced performance. The DBArtisan Analyst Series also provides detailed forecasting capabilities of database resource needs within the enterprise.

"DBArtisan coupled with DBArtisan Analyst Series lets DBAs be more proactive in how they troubleshoot and resolve key database issues while providing insight into what the future will hold," said Robin Schumacher, vice president of product management for Embarcadero Technologies. "Our products provide DBAs with unparalleled visibility into and control over complex, cross-platform database environments in a straightforward, easy-to-use solution that allows those with less experience to perform like experts."

DBArtisan 7.3 delivers broad crossplatform support, allowing DBAs to administer ORACLE, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2 for Windows/Unix/Linux, DB2 z/OS and OS/390 and Sybase databases from a single console.

"Working with multiple databases, from DB2, Oracle to SQL Server, can be difficult, trying to pull together performance and storage statistics, especially with the huge variations in architectures, commands and their system objects," commented Chris Kempster, author of SQL Server 2000 for the Oracle DBA. "DBArtisan 7.3 and the Analyst Series make this divide a simple one to cross, providing essential real-time and historical drill through analysis in all aspects of the DBMS."

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