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MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.2 provides enhancements for collecting, searching and viewing query performance data, allowing developers to filter and analyze patterns that may hinder key system resources. New features include:
MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.2 helps lower costs and improve efficiencies through GUI-based tools that continuously monitor the MySQL database and help developers implement MySQL best practices. Enhancements include:
"DBAs and developers need solutions that help them manage their MySQL servers efficiently and allow them to identify performance issues before they become expensive, time-consuming problems," said Tomas Ulin, director, MySQL Development, Oracle. "MySQL Enterprise Spring 2010 Release offers powerful tools for query performance monitoring, improved security and an enhanced administration experience – all of which help alleviate many common pain points DBAs and developers face when building, maintaining and scaling Web applications."
"MySQL Enterprise Monitor allows us to quickly identify our most expensive queries and optimize our platform's database usage," said Jeff Freund, CEO and Co-founder, Clickability. "We are excited about this release of MySQL Enterprise because we believe it can to help us further improve the performance of our Content Management platform and enable it to scale even more efficiently."
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