Applications Manager, ManageEngine‘s server, cloud and application performance monitoring solution, now supports Oracle Autonomous Database.
Announced at Oracle OpenWorld Middle East 2020 in the Dubai World Trade Centre (pictured), the move means that enterprise IT operations teams and cloud DBAs can get a view of the health and performance of every Oracle Autonomous Database instance in their fleet, including online transaction processing and data warehousing configurations.
“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,” said Mathivanan Venkatachalam, ManageEngine vice president, in a press statement.
“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 organisation as a whole.”
Oracle Autonomous Database boasts agility and support for highly demanding applications. Its self-driving, self-repairing, and self-securing capabilities work to reduce dependency on manual intervention, strengthen data security, and drive scalability, according to ManageEngine.
A free, fully functional, 30-day trial version of Applications Manager can be downloaded here.