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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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Dynatrace Ruxit newsletter: How ZoomInfo drives customer satisfaction with Ruxit!

July 12, 2016by Mary NguyenWelcome to the June issue of the Dynatrace Ruxit newsletter! We’re excited to share a customer success story, some new Ruxit features, and upcoming events with you. Dynatrace achieves AWS Migration Competency!Dynatrace…
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Databases finally have a place of their own

May 19, 2016by Michael KoppBecause databases are often at the heart of applications, we’ve decided to give databases a dedicated section within Ruxit. You may have noticed a change to the Services page. As you can see below, the Services page…
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Service backtrace now includes referrers

May 18, 2016by Michael KoppRecently we introduced service backtrace functionality to enable you to see which request or browser click led to a specific service request or database statement. We then extended this functionality to include…
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Enhanced database alerting and visibility

May 17, 2016by Michael KoppWe’ve introduced a major enhancement to Ruxit database baselining, alerting, and visibility. Many of our customers are interested in understanding the performance of specific SQL statements. They want to know…
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Know when database statements are executed

March 29, 2016by Michael KoppHave you ever wondered which SQL statement is responsible for a detected response-time or load spike on your database? Ruxit can now tell you exactly which database statements are executed when in your environment. You’ll…
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Performance anomaly detection for database services

February 2, 2016by Wolfgang BeerRuxit now offers detailed anomaly-detection settings for database services. You can even override automatic baselining and use your own custom thresholds. Ruxit automatically learns the baseline reference values…