Archive of posts with category 'Database Performance'

The most popular databases 2006 to 2020

We recently announced that DBmarlin now supports the Top 4 databases, and mentioned that the top 4 have remained unchanged for more than 3 years (according to https://db-engines.com/en/ranking).

DBmarlin now supports all of the top 4 database engines

Last week DBmarlin hit a new milestone with support for Microsoft SQL Sever. That means that DBmarlin now supports all of the the top 4 relational databases.

DBmarlin adds support for Microsoft SQL Server

We are pleased to announce that DBmarlin now supports Microsoft SQL Server in addition to Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL.

DBmarlin new website now live

This week we are pleased to announce that our new DBmarlin website has gone live. This is the place to go for all information on DBmarlin, including the software download,...

DBmarlin Beta now supports Oracle

Hopefully you saw our recent anouncement about DBmarlin launching in closed Beta with support for PostgreSQL and MySQL. Today we are pleased to add Oracle to the list of supported...

Next generation database monitoring tool - DBmarlin reaches beta

Prepare for the next generation of database monitoring. Application Performance Ltd (AP) are thrilled to announce that DBmarlin launched in closed Beta test on 21st August. Anyone wanting to get...

UK OUG webinar: Oracle edition survey results

During our recent UK OUG webinar, on 14 May, entitled “Escaping the limitations of the Oracle performance tuning tools”, we ran a survey asking “In your organisation, what is the...

Did you catch our webinar hosted by the UK OUG ?

On the 14th May,  Martin Pinner of Application Performance presented a webinar, hosted by the UK Oracle User Group, discussing Oracle’s database performance toolsets, and put forward an alternative methodology for...

UK OUG Webinar - May 2019

Martin Pinner of Application Performance will be presenting a webinar, hosted by the UK Oracle User Group, discussing Oracle’s database performance toolsets, and why they may not be the best...

Reflections on the UK OUG - Midlands Tech Summit.

Thanks to all who came to see us at the UK Oracle User Group Midlands Tech Summit in Northampton yesterday where AP were both an exhibitor and speaker.

See us at the UK Oracle User Group on 28th Feb

Next Thursday, 28th February, AP will be sponsoring, speaking and exhibiting at the UK Oracle User Group Midlands Tech Summit in Northampton.

2018 - Looking back - and some new ideas for 2019

Before jumping into 2019, we would like to thank you for all we accomplished together during the last year! We are proud to be working with you, helping you get the most...

Introducing DBTao: the new way to unlock your hidden ORACLE performance

Ever wanted a quick way to optimise your Oracle database, without spending days trawling through Explain Plans and schema stats?

How to survive an ORACLE Licence audit

For those that were unable to attend the webinar here is the recording.

Cambridge SQL Saturday 2016 - Thanks

Application Performance would like to thank the organisers of the Cambridge SQL Saturday for such a well-attended event. As a sponsor it is always gratifying to see so many people dropping by.

Webinar on Database Tuning for Better Performance

On the 18 March Application Performance hosted a successful webinar by database expert Rafi Balbirsky from Performance Art, on database tuning for better performance.