You want to repeatedly play and compare your DB workload?

If test runs with the real workload be carried out?

(PresseBox) ( Hannover, )
From the idea to a product - the origin lay in the requirement to conduct a review of lower-cost database alternatives.

Before investing in a new infrastructure (servers, network, storage, cloud services, ...) often synthetic performance and load tests are performed. The SQLReplayer allows tests based on the actual workload. The aim is to take a look at the future infrastructure under real conditions and hedge eventually investing.

The new ITGAIN SQLReplayer can perform recording and reproduction of workloads to
  1. to find the optimal setup for a database infrastructure.
  2. perform a simulation of current and planned requirements.
  3. test and evaluation of alternatives under real conditions to achieve.
  4. to test assessment of cost database alternatives.
  5. minimize costs and risks.
Workloads can be played on all relational databases that support JDBC driver. In addition, recorded workloads of different databases can be played. Thus, it can e.g. answer the question, how behave a specific statement in another database configuration.

Save time and money - when carrying out the test and reviews of future workloads. There are no complicated test necessary.

Stable and secure - the results are based on the actual workload. It can be stimulating situations and future load.

Applying the recorded SQL workloads to another database and infrastructure also enables the evaluation of a change effort.

More information can be found at http://www.itgain-is.de/en/performance-monitoring/sql-replayer/ and get a trial version.
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