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Oracle database insights now available (EAP)

Dynatrace monitors the response time, failure rate, and throughput of Oracle database statements executed by your applications. You can immediately see which statement is responsible for a slowdown, find the N+1 issue, analyze failed requests,…
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Analyze the top SQL & NoSQL statements across all your databases

When it comes to monitoring your database services, often times you’re more interested in understanding the overall database activity across your entire environment, rather than the activity of a specific database. Dynatrace now provides…
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Cassandra CQL3 support is coming to Dynatrace

Just like many of our customers, we here at Dynatrace use Apache Cassandra NoSQL databases within our own clusters to store monitoring data in a scalable and fault-tolerant fashion. Of course, Cassandra databases must be monitored…
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Monitoring ASP.NET Core applications

One of the hot topics currently in the .NET community is CoreCLR and ASP.NET Core. As most probably you already know: Microsoft decided to create a cross platform, high performance version of ASP.NET, which they even open-sourced. There are…
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Monitoring ASP.NET Core applications

One of the hot topics currently in the .NET community is CoreCLR and ASP.NET Core. As most probably you already know: Microsoft decided to create a cross platform, high performance version of ASP.NET, which they even open-sourced. There are…
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Diagnosing Common Bad Micro Service Call Patterns

In our previous article Harald and I covered how to diagnose common database performance hotspots in your Java Code. In the current article we focus on patterns that cause performance and scalability issues in distributed “Micro”…
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Using Bind Variables to Improve Oracle Database Performance

While there are several ways to Improve Oracle Database Performance, Inefficient Database Access Patterns are among the top reasons why applications suffer from bad performance. Besides executing too many SQL Queries (N+1 Query Problem) or implementing…