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Importance of database tuning on oracle vmware


 Importance of Database Tuning on Oracle VMware   

Oracle database management software is the number one choice for enterprise-level database management. IT organizations both big and small use Oracle database management software by the tens of thousands. It is the number one choice for performance, reliability, and scalability.

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With that being said, Oracle Database performs even better in a virtualized environment. With this knowledge, more and more IT organizations are virtualizing their Oracle database environments. They are using VMware, the industry leading virtualization software, to help with the transition to virtual environments. VMware’s cloud-based infrastructure provides cost-cutting benefits while simultaneously giving businesses more ability to adapt to quickly changing business situations.
And, in a world where successes are measured by bottom line results, VMware provides Oracle administrators with measurable time-to-markets and total cost of ownership improvements over existing physical environments.

Oracle VMware Database Tuning with IgniteVM

Moving to a virtual environment to reduce hardware management expenses requires a systematic plan to monitor database performance. Virtual environments require the same type reliable and accurate performance monitoring and database tuning as with physical machines. IgniteVM is the only Oracle monitoring tool that links database response performance with the multiple layers of the virtual server architecture. IgniteVM gives DBAs and application administrators the unparalleled ability to see exactly where physical and virtual performance issues are occurring. This enables them to hone in problems areas with their database tuning efforts. They can easily detect, locate, and repair issues that affect end-user performance.

Ignite monitors the inter operation of Oracle and VMware, which helps remove much of the risk of migrating Oracle databases to virtual environments. IT organizations have been reluctant to migrate to an Oracle VMware platform because of hidden I/O and CPU bottlenecks that other monitoring solutions simply can’t see. Once DBAs can see these bottlenecks they can create database tuning plans that address and repair them before they create further problems.

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