Ryan McCay

Streamline Your Environment With Database Infrastructure Evaluation Tool Next!

Blog Post created by Ryan McCay Employee on Oct 19, 2015

Next week at Oracle OpenWorld Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) will be announcing our next large update to the Database Infrastructure Evaluation Tool (DIET). This update will include support of Global RAC Reports, new intuitive graphing, and best practice recommendations for Oracle Databases.

 

Do you know what your peak time is for DB CPU, IO Wait, CPU Busy, or CPU Idle? We can show you. Our tool can import over 10,000 Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) reports and give you the data you need to make a difference today.

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Join us at booth 1501 to see the latest and greatest that Hitachi has to offer in database analytics. See how your Oracle database stacks up to our best practice engine and get an Oracle Health Check. If you bring by some Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) reports, we will be happy to give you a brief on-the-spot consultation and show you all the new features of DIET.

 

Join the hundreds of customers' databases that we have analyzed and see the Hitachi Oracle best practices that have analyzed over a million AWR reports.

 

It’s time to put your Database on a DIET, let HDS help you take your Oracle Environment to the next level.


Take a look at Tom’s Blog on the Top Issues we encounter in Oracle Databases here or Pete's blog on DIET here

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