0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 31, 2014 2:11 PM by DanielleH

    Performance Hog


      Virtual Vandal


      The Performance Hog scarfs up database resources such as IO, CPU, and memory, degrading application performance for your end users. These hogs can take many shapes; improper memory configurations, inadequate storage allocation, and bad queries. Using conventional database monitoring tools, a DBA could spend hours staring at dashboards and analyzing stacks of data to find the source of the problem.

      SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer (formerly Confio Ignite) helps YOU take out the performance hogs

      A DBA needs a tool that points him directly to the cause of the performance issue. Database Performance Analyzer's top problem dashboard quickly directs attention to the biggest Performance Hogs, and provides the drill down information necessary to quickly eliminate this monster. By focusing on wait time Database Performance Analyzer pinpoints the hogs that have the biggest impact on response time, delivering results that get noticed.



      Meet The Rest of The Monsters

        Winner of the 2002 database resource eating contest. This Performance Hog is a real pig when it comes to IO, CPU, and memory resources. Degrading performance for the end users.            The Virtual Vandal loves hiding critical server resource metrics needed to solve VMware database performance problems. Good luck finding them!            Days of your life spent pouring over useless tools trying to figure out - WHAT IS THE PROBLEM, is what the Time-Sucka’ loves best. Fo’ shizzle!            Everyone’s least favorite QB  he places locks on rows or tables and blocks all other access to records. He is also a hit at parties with the forehead- beer-can-smash trick.            As president of the debate team, the Blame-o-saurus loves subjective information. Top weakness? Facts. Like those found by measuring response time.            Voted 'least easy-going', the DevObstacle loves to isolate IT teams and rigidly stands between DBAs and developers. No collaboration while he's around, boy howdy.            Just like that last relationship, moving from Enterprise Edition to Standard sucks! SE Feature Leecher is going to take away your performance monitoring tools that you used to rely on!