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November 11, 2010

DBSophic launches Qure Workload Analyzer for database problems

Sorting, filtering and identifying performance issues for DBAs

By CBR Staff Writer

DBSophic, a provider of performance management products for database-centric applications, has launched Qure Workload Analyzer to enable SQL Server DBAs identify and trouble-shoot database performance problems.

The company said the new offering analyses database workloads comprised of one or more SQL traces and provides DBAs with analysis, while its graphical interface and multi-dimensional grouping, sorting and filtering enables users to identify and analyse performance issues.

DBSophic CTO and SQL Server MVP Ami Levin said trying to get to the bottom of a performance issue by examining raw trace data can be a very tedious task, even for experienced DBAs, where there are tools available to help, but too often they provide only a partial picture.

"Very often DBAs face the problem of quantifying the effect of a particular change to a production database, whereby comparing the ‘before’ and ‘after’ workloads, Workload Analyzer can reveal the impact of a hardware change, version upgrade, or tuning effort," Levin said.

Workload Analyzer is part of to Qure product suite that updates DBA on which user consumed more of CPU and also about what application that is been used.

The analyser also comes with Qure Workload Optimizer, the workload tuning offering for SQL Server.

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