MoreVRP Introduces New Performance BI Module
February 29, 2012
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More IT Resources unveiled its new Performance BI module for use with MORE’s flagship MoreVRP database performance optimization software solution.

Designed with a look and feel akin to popular business intelligence (BI) dashboards, the new Performance BI module for MoreVRP liberates database administrators (DBAs) and application managers from the rigid, pre-defined database analysis and reporting templates common to competing solutions, affording users unprecedented new levels of autonomy and agility.

The Performance BI module for MoreVRP frees users to customize these capabilities based on the users’ unique needs and database infrastructure. In this way, MORE is empowering users to transcend the confines of conventional database analysis solutions and realize a near frictionless workflow that maps directly to their individual preferences.

The new Performance BI module for MoreVRP provides users with a sophisticated yet intuitive database performance analysis tool that allows a full 360 degree view into database infrastructure, with drill-down functionality.

Complemented with customizable reporting capabilities, MORE’s Performance BI module enables end-to-end database visibility and analysis for DBAs seeking to maximize application and database performance while streamlining administration and reporting processes.

The new Performance BI module leverages the raw data stored within MoreVRP’s rich yet light-footprint data repository to facilitate multi-dimensional drill-down into database activity spanning time periods from months to single seconds. Users drag and drop configurable analysis ‘filters’ onto the dashboard view to mine, collate and graph database performance data incrementally across user-defined time parameters. This capability affords DBAs analytical flexibility and efficiency, ultimately empowering them to assess database performance from every conceivable angle with just a few mouse clicks.

The new Performance BI module equips DBAs to easily export the data into a wide range of formats including standard CSV and Microsoft Excel, and also allows the ability to convert graphs into JPEG and other image file formats for easy porting to Microsoft Word documents, emails, and other popular formats. This feature enables DBAs to report, present and share application and database performance metrics.

MoreVRP is designed to facilitate both historical and real-time performance monitoring, with granular comparative analysis capabilities. Its ability to compare data sets and performance metrics from different time periods enables DBAs to pinpoint anomalies and bottlenecks and quickly resolve performance degradation issues to ensure peak database performance under even the heaviest workloads.

With MoreVRP, DBAs are equipped to monitor and manage hundreds of distributed databases and/or databases consolidated onto leading database appliances from a single, centralized location with minimal effort or complexity, ultimately achieving up to 10X gains in administrative efficiency.

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