SecureIT® – Database Monitoring

Databases are a critical component of the information technology infrastructure of business houses. Database Monitoring is the process of assessing the availability, performance, and functionality of the database. The performance of databases defines the success of organizations in providing the 24×7 level of customer satisfaction and smooth operations of day- to-day business activities. Database Monitoring Services help you to monitor the performance of databases and provide extensive information so that necessary steps can be taken before a breakdown of vital business processes.

Features and Benefits

1MS-SQL Database Server Details

2Buffer Details

3Memory Information

4All Database Information

5Services Information

6Pages Details

7Latches & Locks

8Connection Details

9Cache Details

10Transaction & Request Details

11Deadlock Queries Details

12Top Expensive Queries

13Top Long Running Queries

14SQL Blocking Details

15SQL Job Details

16Cluster Details

17Server Health Details

Features and Benefits

1Server Health Details

2MySQL Database Basic Details

3Connections Details

4Thread Details

5Table Locks Details

6Key Efficiency Details

7All Database Information

8Query Cache Details

9Plugins Details

10No. of Transaction Per Seconds

11Transaction Details

12Ren Total Transaction Queue

13Ren Bin Details

14Ren Reversal Transactions

Features and Benefits

1Server Health Details

2Oracle Database Basic Details

3Active Users Details

4Dead Lock Details

5Top CPU Consuming Queries

6Top Long Running Queries

7Tablespace Storage Details

Features and Benefits
(SAP Max Database)

1System Details

2Memory Overview

3Data Cache

4Data Area

5Log Area


7Cache Stats

8OMS Heap

9Schema and Tables

10Resource Monitor

Features and Benefits
(Progress Database)

1Progress Server Layer

2Progress Memory Structure Layer

3Progress Database Layer

4Progress Service Layer

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