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May 14, 2009

Quest Software unveils next-generation portfolio for SQL Server

To tackle the challenges faced by SQL Server professionals across all key areas of database management

By CBR Staff Writer

Quest Software, a provider of enterprise systems management solutions, has unveiled a complete update of its solution portfolio for SQL Server.

Quest said that its systems are built to tackle the challenges faced by SQL Server professionals across all key areas of database management. Paired with free access to SQLServerPedia, the product releases that provide the community with the portfolio of systems for SQL Server in the market are: LiteSpeed for SQL Server and Capacity Manager for SQL Server;

The portfolio of systems also includes: Spotlight on SQL Server Enterprise, a tool for detection, diagnosis and resolution of performance issues in real time, instantly alerts on deadlocks, blocking, and SQL bottlenecks; Foglight Performance Analysis for SQL Server, a workload performance tuning and diagnostic tool, offers Performance Analysis WebView for web-enabled enterprise administration and alerting; Toadfor SQL Server, a development and administration tool, offers instance and schema management, bridging the gap between Microsoft Management Studio and Visual Studio, the company added.

Billy Bosworth, vice president and general manager of SQL Server group at Quest Software, said: Continually fine-tuning our solutions and advocating knowledge-sharing via free resources like SQLServerPedia reflects our ongoing commitment to our customers and the entire SQL Server community. In an effort to support DBAs faced with increasingly complex environments and mounting workloads, Quest will continue to provide top-notch solutions that boost productivity, save time, and cut costs.

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