Using FlexPod? How to Monitor Oracle Database Performance

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By: Brian Williams

 

In the third part of our three-post series about Blue Medora’s FlexPod Bundle, I’ll be providing insight into how you can drive better performance across your Oracle Database environment.

In case you missed it, check out our other blog posts in this series:

 

What is FlexPod?

FlexPod, which includes Cisco UCS, Cisco Networking and NetApp Storage, was developed by Cisco and NetApp to create an integrated solution for your IT infrastructure — specifically for your computing, networking and storage. The FlexPod Bundle extends to other layers of the IT stack, including your databases.

Check out the third video in our series to learn how you can drive better Oracle Database performance with the FlexPod bundle:

 

 

With the FlexPod Bundle for vRealize Operations from Blue Medora, garner essential insight into your FlexPod resources and infrastructure with a series of dashboards and reports. In addition to product-specific reporting and analytics as shown in the video above, the FlexPod Bundle from Blue Medora offers dashboards, reports and metrics for the integrated infrastructure as well.

Beyond metrics and reporting, the FlexPod Bundle gives you essential insight into relationship mapping and capacity definitions. Detailed alerts and notifications provide real-time insight into performance problems, enabling you to set thresholds and customize so they fit your unique business requirements. Combined with relationship mapping, you can pinpoint issues as they arise — simplifying troubleshooting so you can repair the issue before it impacts your end users.

 

To learn more about the FlexPod Bundle from Blue Medora or to download a free trial, please visit the True Visibility Suite for VMware vRealize Operations page on Blue Medora’s website.

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