dbWatch Control Center is a highly scalable software solution helping enterprises monitor and manage large numbers of database servers efficiently, providing total control over all aspects of operation, performance and resource usage. dbWatch Control Center will give you the total overview you need in order to maximize efficiency and minimize the resources you spend on running all your databases.

It is a simple, customizable, light-weight and easy-to-install monitoring and management tool. It is a solution which supports cross-platform database servers such as Oracle,Mircosoft SQL Server, MariaDB, Postgres, MySQL 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 customize it 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. In its global view, you can monitor all your instance and dig deeper on specific instance when you need 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, giving end-users or external developers the possibility to create and extend the product. All code developed by dbWatch for running within the databases, both in monitoring, reporting, and management is open to read and change, to suit customer needs. Development tools for this are integrated in the application.

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 12.8
dbWatch Enterprise Manager Version 12.7
dbWatch Enterprise Manager Version 12.6

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