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NuoDB Insights Provides Critical Visibility into Distributed Database Performance

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “NuoDB, the elastic SQL database company for hybrid cloud applications, today unveiled NuoDB Insights, a graphical dashboard of database and system metrics to help users understand, at-a-glance, the overall health of their distributed database domain. Customers can use this information to make decisions about how to optimize and troubleshoot their NuoDB database, its processes, and its associated resources. Introduced as part of NuoDB 3.1, NuoDB Insights data includes logs, metrics, and other diagnostic information presented in a dedicated and secure website. To learn more about NuoDB Insights, please visit: https://www.nuodb.com/insights.”

The release goes on, “Unlike traditional relational databases that struggle to adapt to new cloud and microservices architectures, NuoDB runs natively in both containers and virtual machines, as well as across on-premises, public, or hybrid cloud environments. However, the very flexibility that such a distributed database affords can make it more challenging to understand database system performance and resources usage, especially as the database domain grows and is distributed across multiple environments. With NuoDB Insights, users gain a graphical view into aggregate, system-level data to alleviate this challenge. The graphical dashboard displays critical database and system metrics in a user-friendly design to enable swift action and improved database performance.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: NuoDB

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