White Sands Technology, Inc., a provider of performance monitoring, management and data recovery solutions for database systems, announced the release of its latest database management product, ProActive DBATM 7.0. The release of ProActive DBA 7.0 introduces a number of new features, including real-time performance monitoring, diagnostic capabilities and network-based SQL query monitoring.
ProActive DBA 7.0 features a Diagnostic Monitor system designed to assist database administrators (DBAs) in quickly locating and correcting database performance problems. It features a performance overview of all major server and operating system components, with drill-downs to view a detailed history of recent performance data.
ProActive DBA 7.0 also includes network-based SQL query capture, query analysis and customizable reporting, for nonintrusive monitoring and measurement of end-user response times, and rapid identification of SQL that is causing performance degradation.
The new release also includes the Data Usage Analyzer feature, which shows the database objects used the most by each user and application, and identifies unused database objects that may be needlessly taking up space. The user interface has been enhanced with many new wizards and installation deployment for large enterprises has been reduced to just a few mouse clicks.
"We are very excited to offer this new version of ProActive DBA," said David L. Cherin, CEO of White Sands Technology. "We are the first company to have a completely integrated performance monitor, SQL transaction monitor and space management system in one framework."
ProActive DBA 7.0 is scheduled to ship on Nov. 3, 2003. The product is designed for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise databases.
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