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February 25, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:30pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Two-year-old Savant Corp has released its first product, a diagnostic system to sniff out Oracle Release 7.2 and 7.3 database performance on Unix or Windows NT. The Rockville, Maryland start-up has been working on its Q Diagnostic Center ever since it was founded in 1994, choosing an Oracle version first simply because of the size of the installed base. Savant is currently debating whether to target Sybase Inc databases or Microsoft Corp’s SQL Server next, with hopes of getting out one or both benchmarks by the summer. What Savant has come up with is a $3,900 tool to assess database performance, comparing actual performance of an Oracle installation to historic benchmarks and analyzing applications to find out where CPU power and memory resources are eaten up. Oracle performance is continuously monitored and displayed on the Q Viewer running on Windows. Oracle clients being monitored can be running on NT, Windows 95 or Windows 3.x.

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