Today we announced the release of VividCortex for PostgreSQL. You can find the full press release here.
It has always been our goal to bring users deeper analysis of everything in the system through a unified interface across a diversity of platforms and technologies. Since launching last year, we have given our customers an unparalleled view under the hood of their MySQL production database servers, allowing developers, managers and executives to see exactly what is happening.
That same insight and analysis is now available for PostgreSQL, the most advanced open-source relational database system. The highly scalable database manages terabytes of data in many production deployments. Such demanding uses require proper performance management for maximum efficiency, and VividCortex is the only product on the market that offers the fine-grained detail needed.
Tim Chadwick, Principal Engineer of Infrastructure at Dyn, explains how VividCortex is used to improve overall system performance. “Our goal is to have a single tool for assessing the health and performance of our data plane. As an OSS supporter leveraging the strengths of MySQL and PostgreSQL, VividCortex allows us to accomplish this and gives us more insight than any other tool.”
This is neither the first nor the last database we will service, and we are excited for what is to come. Stay tuned for ongoing improvements and new features.
If you are interested in the benefits, a free trial of VividCortex for PostgreSQL is available through a simple signup. Installation takes minutes and requires no server restarts or configuration changes.