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Performance Monitor (release 2019.2)

On June 28, 2019, we released a new version of Performance Monitor for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases. The…


CIOs will talk about database performance

Optimizing database performance and matching IT architecture to real-time data processing will be the theme of this year’s edition of…


DBPLUS expands partner network

Another companies from the CEE region joined the group of DBPLUS partners. As a result, DBPLUS Clients gain access to…


Automatic start of replication with Data Transfer

The tool created by DBPLUS allows to copy any data tables between transactional databases. The new solution supports the automation…


Growing market for optimizing database performance

Performance Monitor for PostgreSQL is a new product on the software market. The application allows for precise identification of problem…


Manage your database performance and data accessibility today…alive tomorrow.

Webinar date: Wednesday 10th March, 11:00am CET Your business growth demands efficient IT services with upgrades and enhancements delivered on…


Actinium Consulting GmbH and DBPLUS enter into partnership

Actinium Consulting GmbH specializes in business intelligence and ERP. The software developments by DBPLUS for database optimization and real-time data…


dbi services with real-time replication using the DBPLUS Data Replicator

dbi services described our solution for real-time data replication on their blog. dbi services was founded in 2010 and is…


Partner for Performance representing DBPLUS at the DOAG Conference and Exhibition 2019 in Nuremberg

Partner for Performance representing DBPLUS at the DOAG Conference and Exhibition 2019 in Nuremberg You wish to become more familiar…


DBPLUS will perform at a meeting organized by the Warsaw PostgreSQL Users Group

On October 10, 2019 in Warsaw at 5 Kolejowa Street, DBPLUS together with Goldenore and EnterpriseDB will talk about PostgreSQL…

Execution plan changes in SQL server


Execution Plan Changes in SQL Server: Reasons and Solutions

Executions plan—complex maps charted by the SQL Server optimizer, dictate the most efficient route for data retrieval. However, the plans are not static. They morph and adapt, influenced by a host of factors ranging from data volume changes to system upgrades. Each of the execution plan changes in SQL Server has the potential to sway performance dramatically.

Understanding the reasons behind these shifts, and more importantly, how to effectively manage them translates to maintaining optimal performance in SQL Server environments.

The Domino Effect in the T10 Database on g1rush Server


The Domino Effect in the T10 Database on g1rush Server

Performance issues rarely occur in isolation. Often, a single problem can trigger a cascade of related issues, each compounding the overall impact on the system. This case study explores such a scenario in the T10 database on the g1rush server. 

Overcoming Execution Plan Changes


From Analysis to Action: Overcoming Execution Plan Changes

Execution plans choose the way in which SQL queries are executed by the database engine. As such, they are a difference between a smoothly running database and one that stumbles under load. Sometimes, an execution plan changes, for various reasons—often silently and without warning—and the far-reaching fallout can be huge.

The most immediate impact seen as the execution plan changes is a decline in query performance. A query that once ran smoothly in milliseconds might, due to an altered plan, start consuming seconds. This increase in query time can cascade into longer load times for applications, frustrated end-users, and severe financial repercussions in high-stakes environments such as financial trading platforms or real-time data services.

The Most Important Database Performance Metrics


The Most Important Database Performance Metrics

If no one sees the database issues, do they really happen?  – Contrary to the popular philosophical dilemma, this question can be answered quite easily – Absolutely yes. Unseen or unmonitored problems in database systems do occur and can indeed cause significant disruptions. It doesn’t matter if they’re not immediately apparent. Without monitoring of the database performance metrics and proactive management, these underlying issues can compound, leading to decreased performance, potential data loss, and even system failures that by their nature demand urgent and often extensive interventions to rectify.

The cost of ignoring database performance metrics is just too great.

Locks by Application Issues


The Story of Locks by Application Issues

On the 20th of April, query load times usually ranged from 12 to 15 seconds per snapshot, but there was a notable spike exceeding 2,000 seconds during certain periods. This anomaly suggested a deeper issue, prompting a detailed investigation. By examining the correlation between locks and application issues, executions, disk reads, and buffer writes, a significant overlap was found between increased query durations and intensified locking issues. Accessing the lock history tab provided detailed data on each lock event, including the time, duration, and specific database elements affected.


DBPLUS at the mbuf congress in Karlsruhe

Congress is a meeting of nearly 200 member companies from the IT industry and a popular network platform. Mbuf is…


SQL Saturday in Linz, Austria

SQLSaturday is an all-day conference and training event which is taking place Friday, January 18, 2019 for the sixt time…


IT Tage 2018 in Frankfurt

We spoke during the Frankfurt IT Tage 2018 about SQL Query Performance Monitoring and Analysis under Oracle and Microsoft SQL…


webtelligence will present an Showcase Webcast: the DBPLUS Performance Monitor

On Monday, December 10, is holding an international Solution Showcase webcast. There we will be demonstrating new options for…


DBPLUS solutions at the DOAG 2018 conference

From 19 to 23 November 2018, this year’s edition of the DOAG German Oracle User Group  conference will be held…


Performance Monitor (Release 2024.1)

In April 2024, we published another version of the Performance Monitor for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and SAP Hana…


New version Performance Monitor (Release 2023.4)

In December 2023, we released the next version of Performance Monitor application for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and SAP…


New version Performance Monitor (Release 2023.2)

On July 5, 2023, we released a new version of Performance Monitor for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and SAP…


New version Performance Monitor (Release 2023.1)

On April 7, 2023, we released a new version of Performance Monitor for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and SAP…

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New version Performance Monitor (Release 2022.3)

On October 10, 2022, we published a new version of Performance Monitor for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and SAP…