Date: 20th May 2022
Timeframe: 08:30 – 11:15
Location: Hotel Scandic Falkoner, Falkoner Alle 9, 2000 Frederiksberg
08:30-09:15: Breakfast and networking
09:15-09:30: Martin Backs and DBVision welcome
09:30-10:45: Naushad Shaik share best practices
10:45-11:15: Q&A session
Audience: DBAs, IT Managers and Infrastructure and similar
Organized by: DBVision & Quest Software
Standalone monitoring solutions aren’t designed to handle the scale and complexity of the new cloud-native world.
Observability goes beyond conventional monitoring to optimize problem resolution through cross-platform analytics and intelligence, delivering greater visibility, insights, and predictability.
Observability gives you end-to-end oversight, it reduces operational noise, and gives IT Ops, DevOps, and security teams more proactive issue and anomaly detection, greater focus and prioritization, and more efficient problem resolution. It also continuously analyzes conditions affecting user experience and performance to predict element problems, service levels,
and needed capacity changes.
Hybrid Cloud infrastructure presents a complex management challenge.
While hybrid cloud environment gives flexibility, elasticity, scalability, cost optimization and productivity, it also requires a way of tracking performance and cloud resource usage, organizations risk accruing unnecessary expenses. Observability and going beyond for the modern cloud databases, and infrastructure is key. This session will help you review visibility into resources, VMs, Monitor your cloud services and various types of on-premises database from a single platform.
Learn with us the best practices of how organizations leverage hybrid clouds for their database strategies, process of rightsizing both databases and infrastructures with improved performance, lowering the cost of database management and productivity. Cutting through the complexity of modern database, applications, infrastructure and gaining greater insight into your hybrid environment.