Hi. I'm Dave Orlandi, and I'm the PostgreSQL subject matter expert for performance monitoring at Quest Software. PostgreSQL usage is exploding. Chances are your organization is already running PostgreSQL databases, or at least considering its use in future application development.
The continued evolution of the PostgreSQL platform has made it a cost-effective option for organizations to implement or migrate to. PostgreSQL has also proven to offer stability and scalability on par with many traditional commercial alternatives.
We understand that the introduction of open source technologies into an enterprise database environment can be a challenge for DBAs. While PostgreSQL has some similarities with traditional [? relational ?] databases, its ways of managing availability, performance, and capacity are unique.
Additionally, the native tooling provided for monitoring and diagnostics is often not on par with what enterprise IT shops require to efficiently manage their environment. Companies that do not have a powerful and effective way of managing PostgreSQL often struggle to realize the benefits and cost savings the platform can provide them.
What if you could proactively manage the health of your PostgreSQL infrastructure? What if you could help your organization realize the cost efficiency of leveraging open source databases without sacrificing your ability to monitor and diagnose problems? What if tooling that would allow you to manage your commercial databases, like SQL Server and Oracle, could also help you manage your open source databases with a consistent set of workflows around alerting, notification, and reporting?
Foglight can, while also addressing even broader cross-platform needs and centralizing the management of relational, open source, and non-relational databases, like MySQL and ModnoDB.
Implementing Foglight for PostgreSQL will make your job easier, and help to ensure the health and performance of your entire database environment. Ready to learn more? Take a look at the information below. And if you'd like to try Foglight out for yourself, you'll find a link to a fully functional 30-day trial.