Due to the infrastructure's size, the introduction they offer is very, very useful. It helps with an overall understanding of the product.
It is the best monitoring tool for Oracle databases.
There are some capabilities within SharePlex where you can see how the data is migrating and if it still maintains good data integrity. For example, if there are some tables that get out of sync, there are ways to find them and fix the problem on the spot. Since these are very common issues, we can easily fix these types of problems using utilities, like compare and repair. So, if you find something is out of sync, then you can just repair that table. It basically syncs that table from source to target to see if there are any differences. It will then replicate those differences to the target.
The real-time activity screens are also helpful... if there is something that is running slowly, we can eliminate the database as being an issue and perhaps look at the server, network activity, or something outside of the realm of the database as being the issue.
It does the job.
Using this product has improved the way we maintain our models because they have a place where we can keep all of them, and they can be viewed using the web interface.
The most valuable feature is SQL Search.
Memory and CPU utilization features are good.
We're able to diagnose issues prior to their actually becoming issues. Without the alerting, we wouldn't have a clue as to what was going to happen. With the alerting, it gives us a heads-up that a specific threshold has been met, and we need to take specific action.
What is Database Development and Management?
According to the IT Central Station community, the key factors that make up a good Database Development and Management solution include speed and performance, ease of development, availability, and reliability, but security is the most influential decision-maker of all. More complex features that are also highly rated include query optimization and data handling, while monitoring and cost for value weighed in as well.