Quest performance monitoring products provide centralized visibility into your databases and virtual infrastructure so you can proactively optimize and tune database performance. Get end-to-end performance monitoring for a wide range of platforms including databases, operating systems, virtual machines, containers, Kubernetes and more – on premises, in the cloud or in a hybrid environment. Experience more uptime and better performance today and tomorrow.
With more on your plate than ever – from massive data volumes and multiple database platforms, to DevOps and the cloud – cross-platform database monitoring is critical. You can’t afford any database downtime or performance degradation.
It’s easy to get caught up in fighting fires reactively, but what if you could prevent them in the first place? You could avoid risk and stress, spend more time on strategic initiatives and ensure your business runs smoothly.
Foglight cross-platform database software allows you to proactively improve database performance and increase visibility by monitoring all your diverse databases centrally, through a single console. With alerting, diagnostics, performance analytics and more, you’ll easily optimize database health – across your entire environment.
Foglight both monitors our databases and offers us a deep dive into them for real business intelligence.Darrick Webster Database Administrator Read Case Study
Without Foglight, we wouldn’t be able to meet our SLAs at all. With Foglight, we meet well over 99.5% of our SLAs.Bailey Glenn Foglight Administrator
We really like that Foglight puts alerts in plain English and lets you know exactly what's wrongSystems Architect, Cloud Services
With the new tools, resolution times have dropped by about 30 percent from what they used to be.Steve Shinsel Director of IT
Stat was a good choice for us because it put approval systems into place and does a good job of communicating what’s going on. We didn’t have an official process before, and now that’s all been locked down.Jeff Chaney Deputy IT Director Read Case Study
Before Stat, one migration release could take three to four hours. Now, it’s done in about 20 to 30 minutes.Scott Williams Director of Corporation Applications