SATS Technologies a remote database administration company that optimizes performance of business systems upgraded its Cerberus monitoring system for Oracle (News - Alert) port. The new updates to the database administration software are expected to improve the support offered by SATS.
Exceling in database administration and management of Postgres, OracleR, SQL ServerR and MySQL technologies, SATS delivers remote DBA services encompassing database design and application development up to managed maintenance and support services.
Alexander Nemirovsky, CEO of SATS, said, “Cerberus monitoring technology was designed with one goal in mind: to be able to tell a DBA about upcoming latent problems, with enough warning time that the DBA can fix the problem when the time is convenient for him or her.”
Officials explained that SATS will provide the support, software, and administration that are needed by the systems and databases that run big data. The data can be housed in the cloud and may be critical or highly sensitive information. Also the database service for Oracle is optimized for better support.
Automated monitoring and intelligent alerting for Oracle container based databases are some of the new features added for Linux/Solaris and Windows. The areas encompassed include container databases availability and state and individual performance of each container DB.
Other features include preventive database monitoring for latent performance indicators like space utilization, internal jobs, runway process, connections and security. Also all the previously existing 80+ monitoring areas will be supported for Oracle 12c versions.
Cerberus serves as a single solution that helps monitor all aspects of the database in one place using which unified monitoring is made possible. Also it facilitates remote DBA service for Oracle, Postgres, MySQL, and SQL Server-based back-ends.
Various back-end databases mix like SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, Hadoop and Postgres can be monitored by Cerberus simultaneously. In addition to monitoring, the monitored data can be compiled in a single website for a DBA to view and analyze, explained officials.