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Solve performance issues faster with deep SQL workload visibility and lock analytics
You’ll never settle for basic hypervisor monitoring once you experience deep insight into your virtual infrastructure. In this webcast, you’ll see how Foglight for Virtualization makes it possible to delve into your virtual infrastructure to clean up waste, identify and remediate VMs that are starved of resources, or reclaim underutilised VMs – ensuring you only buy the hardware that’s absolutely necessary.We’ll show you tips, tricks and best pract
“It’s hard to believe that June 2019 marks my 15th anniversary working with Foglight! There are always new things to learn, or new ways to do something in Foglight. Below, are some topics that stood out for me in 2018 that I will be sharing with you during our January webcast.”
Discover a powerful approach to database performance monitoring, tuning and how to plan for the future.
This webcast will walk you through a real-world scenario, showing how this can easily be achieved. We’ll cover monitoring and root-cause diagnostics, problem resolution inside a DevOps workflow and data replication in a hybrid database environment. You’ll
Today's DBA is increasingly being asked to manage not only larger numbers of database instances but multiple database platforms, as well. Cross-platform database monitoring and management is no longer a trend, it's a reality. But, how do you manage it all and address the challenges presented in this evolving database complexity? Join Quest Software’s Performance Experts at Rio Bravo Brewing Co. We'll explore how to:• M
Using Foglight for Virtualization and Netvault to protect, monitor and optimize complex environments
SQL Server comes with a wide array of tools for monitoring your environment. There are logs and traces that provide information when errors occur, but these are often used passively to react to events that have already occurred. As DBAs, we need to monito