database services

Databases finally have a place of their own

Because databases are often at the heart of applications, we’ve decided to give databases a dedicated section within Ruxit. You may have noticed a change to the Services page. As you can see below, the Services page no longer includes databases. This allows us to make the Services and Databases pages more specific to their respective use cases. As a first step in this direction notice that the filter bar and context actions have… read more

Service backtrace now includes referrers

Recently we introduced service backtrace functionality to enable you to see which request or browser click led to a specific service request or database statement. We then extended this functionality to include backtraces for SQL statements. Now we’ve extended the visibility even further by introducing HTTP referrers to Backtrace view. You’ll now find information about referring pages for all Web requests that contribute to a backtrace. read more

Enhanced database alerting and visibility

We’ve introduced a major enhancement to Ruxit database baselining, alerting, and visibility. Many of our customers are interested in understanding the performance of specific SQL statements. They want to know which browser click results in which specific SQL statement or what the impact of a slowdown or error with a specific SQL statement is. Ruxit now offers exactly this functionality. Performance and failure analysis of database statements When… read more

Know when database statements are executed

Have you ever wondered which SQL statement is responsible for a detected response-time or load spike on your database? Ruxit can now tell you exactly which database statements are executed when in your environment. You’ll now find this information included in the Database statements list at the bottom of each database-service Details page and each database-operation Details pages. Adjust the analysis time frame Adjusting the analysis time frame results in an… read more

Performance anomaly detection for database services

Dynatrace now offers detailed anomaly-detection settings for database services. You can even override automatic baselining and use your own custom thresholds. Dynatrace automatically learns the baseline reference values of all your database services and notifies you when response-time degradations occur or error rates increase. As the number of database service calls is typically much higher than the number of web service requests, and because database-service response times are on average… read more