dbWatch Control Center is a highly scalable software solution that helps enterprises monitor and manage large database servers efficiently, providing total control over all database operations, performance, and resource usage. dbWatch Control Center will give you the complete overview you need to maximize efficiency and minimize the resources you spend on running all your databases.

It is a simple, customizable, lightweight, and easy-to-install database operations tool that provides monitoring, management, reporting, maintenance, security, and integration capabilities. It is a solution that supports cross-platform database servers such as Oracle,Mircosoft SQL Server, MariaDB, Postgres, MySQL, MongoDB and Sybase whether the environment is on-premise, cloud, or a hybrid of both.

dbWatch Control Center can generate reports for a single instance, any group of servers, or an entire database farm. These reports can follow a template or be customized to fit your organization’s standards. dbWatch monitors instances in real time and compiles historical data for DBA to use in comparative analysis.

All views are under a single solution. From its global view, you can monitor all your instances and dig deeper into specific instances to find more information about them. And, as a user, these views are customizable through the use of Farm Data Language, a built-in query language.

dbWatch Control Center is unique with its combination of closed and open-source code, allowing end-users or external developers to create and extend the product. All code developed by dbWatch for running within the databases, such as monitoring jobs, reports, and management menus and dashboards, are open to read and change to suit customer needs. Development tools come integrated into the application.

To get started with Control Center, go to the section Getting started

For more information, please check out our YouTube channel with many videos covering the product.

Other Existing Documentations

If you are looking for dbWatch’s online documentation for Enterprise Manager, you can proceed with the following link:
dbWatch Enterprise Manager Version 12.9

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