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ManageEngine Debuts Support for Oracle Autonomous Database at Oracle OpenWorld Middle East 2020

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Applications Manager Offers Out-of-the-Box Support for the World’s First Autonomous Database

ManageEngine, the IT management division of Zoho Corporation, announced that Applications Manager, its server, cloud, and application performance monitoring solution, now supports Oracle Autonomous Database. This move enables enterprise IT operations teams and cloud database administrators (DBAs) to gain visibility into the health and performance of every Oracle Autonomous Database instance in their fleet. Extensive support for both online transaction processing and data warehousing configurations help ensure optimal performance and enable DBAs to focus on business-critical tasks.

“As more business teams deploy Oracle Autonomous Database instances, IT teams and DBAs face the challenge of understanding what’s been deployed, and what’s in use across the organization as a whole”

ManageEngine will be demonstrating its Oracle Autonomous Database monitoring capabilities at Oracle OpenWorld 2020, taking place on January 14-15, 2020, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE. Product experts from the company will be at the ManageEngine booth in Zone 3 to meet and interact with existing and potential customers, and share their global experiences and expertise with them.

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Oracle Autonomous Database has gained notable traction since its arrival last year, owing to its agility and support for even the most demanding applications. End users can leverage self-driving, self-repairing, and self-securing capabilities of Oracle Autonomous Database to reduce dependency on manual intervention, strengthen data security and drive scalability.

Oracle Autonomous Database automates several administration tasks, however it is vital to keep track of its performance, as issues related to application or external components that make up the application ecosystem can still impact application response times and availability for end users.

“As more business teams deploy Oracle Autonomous Database instances, IT teams and DBAs face the challenge of understanding what’s been deployed, and what’s in use across the organization as a whole,” said Mathivanan Venkatachalam, vice president at ManageEngine. “What businesses need is a warning system that lets them know about problems with business-critical workloads as they arise. Applications Manager provides proactive, end-to-end monitoring for admins to help them identify performance bottlenecks resulting from poorly-written application SQL code, abnormal workloads, invalid user connections and more.”

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Proactively Monitor Oracle Autonomous Database Metrics

Applications Manager’s Oracle Autonomous Database performance monitoring capabilities enables admins to ensure high availability for workloads. It also correlates and resolves performance issues across every database entity. Applications Manager enables monitoring of sessions, processes, tablespace, connections, errors and other key Oracle Autonomous Database metrics.

Applications Manager’s extensive support for the autonomous database enables database administrators to:

  • Streamline Oracle Autonomous Database management by gaining comprehensive insights into key database performance indicators.
  • Significantly improve database performance by drilling down to the root cause of issues and automating remedial actions before those issues affect end users.
  • Auto-scale resource provisioning with just a click; forecast growth and resource utilization trends with machine learning-enabled analytics.

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