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Database Monitoring

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We’ve developed an in-house monitoring solution to monitor every conceivable aspect of the Oracle database to ensure it’s running as it should.

We are able to:

  • Work alongside Oracle Enterprise manager or 12c cloud grid control – which is an expansion of OEM. We have the benefit of having an agnostic platform which does not rely on an extra add on whereas OEM takes up system resources
  • Provide a complete picture of the database health without sacrificing valuable resources which OEM requires
  • Provide a  light weight monitoring system that we can customize to monitor pretty much any part of the database that OEM can’t do
  • Provide a cross platform monitoring solution. This mean we can monitor regardless of where the database is sitting, on what platform or under what configuration
  • Provide unparalleled insight into the behaviour of the technology stack

For more information on our Oracle Database Monitoring please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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