2018-05-02T14:30:00Z

What do you like most about Quest Foglight for Databases?

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What do you like most about Quest Foglight for Databases?

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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.

2021-03-14T06:54:00Z
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We can visualize all the different types of DB servers that we are monitoring in a single pane of glass. It uses a 360-degree overview of the database, for each of those databases that we are monitoring. That includes what kind of resource utilization is happening and what kind of DB parameters are getting monitored, as well as the different types of DB parameters that are being offered for each database type.

2020-12-20T08:21:00Z
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Foglight's Change Tracking capabilities are another huge feature. It is wonderful to be able to do that. People don't realize the amount of information that Foglight gathers from a given server or instance. It gets down to the version of SQL, the disk array, everything that's there. Any change that's made, any upgrade to SQL, shows up on the dashboard almost immediately. You don't know how much time you save just having a tool in your back pocket that does that for you.

2020-12-09T05:46:00Z
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The PI module allows [my colleague] to identify which new indexes or modified indexes are going to make the biggest impact.

2020-10-29T10:14:00Z
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Its reporting capabilities are immense.

2018-05-02T14:30:00Z
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