A brand new study fielded among Database Trends and Applications readers and members of the Independent Oracle Users Group reveals that database professionals are being tasked with managing more database instances and platforms, and in greater sizes, than ever before – both on premises and in the cloud.
As a result, it's no surprise that the biggest priorities for database teams this year are improving database performance, database upgrades, and data integration. The other common factor in all these initiatives is the central role played by database replication.
Database performance management tools aid DBAs and data teams in maintaining response time and efficiency of databases. Database performance solutions can help optimize performance by pinpointing problems that impact response times, correlating response times with other metrics, and helping data professionals visualize trends and analysis of database performance over specified periods of time.
With database environments constantly growing, automated capabilities are helping maintain database performance in order to free up data experts from routine jobs, and allowing them to focus their efforts on higher value tasks that will help organizations put their data to work.
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You have more on your plate than ever: rapidly increasing data volumes, multiple database platforms, more database instances, DevOps and cloud technology. Data and user demands are growing, technology is evolving and you can’t afford any loss due to database downtime or instability. Read on.
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