- Date:Sept 20, 2018
- Heure: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST
- Durée:60 Minutes
- Événement:En ligne
Are you managing open-source and non-relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and Cassandra, right alongside your relational databases like SQL Server and Oracle?
While managing these systems involves the same set of challenges you’re used to – ensuring availability, diagnosing performance problems and managing capacity, just to name a few – each database platform has its own set of processes and workflows for collecting and analyzing information.
You’re probably pretty comfortable managing your primary platforms, but when new platforms get added to your plate, there’s a significant learning curve required to manage these systems at a high level.
In this session, you’ll learn about the differences between open-source databases and their commercial counterparts. You’ll see, at a high level, how you can start to improve availability and performance in these systems, as well as overcome some of the limitations the systems have.
At the end of this session, we’ll take a quick look at how you can use Foglight® to centrally monitor, diagnose and report on open-source databases in a single pane of glass, right alongside coverage of your SQL Server, Oracle and DB2 deployments.
- Jason Hall - Solutions Architect
- Stephen Faig - Research Director, Unisphere Research and DBTA