MSSQL, MySQL and Oracle documentation in one view
Stop spending time and resources on home-built scripting solutions and move over to a modern database tool for the whole organization. vScope’s database module is designed with simplicity in mind to provide a one-stop-shop for valuable information about all your databases.
Treat your business critical data
No matter if you are running MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle database in the cloud or locally, vScope Database provides a unified view of all databases running in your environment.
No scripting needed
Working with database management shouldn’t require extensive scripting skills. The database module provides information in an intuitive interface in which you easily can collect the information you need.
vScope Database lets you drill down and understand the big picture of how performance of databases are affected by configurations and settings of the underlying infrastructure such as servers, hosts or storage.
Better overview of databases
Project planning & follow up
With historical traceability you can easily go back in time and get an overview of what has changed. A great feature for e.g. follow up during migration projects or to better planning with access to historical data.
vScope Database makes it easy to get an overview of settings and configurations that might affect your licensing level. E.g. for Oracle database this includes to get alerts about whenever new features are enabled.
Maintain security and compliance by letting vScope Database run continuous auditing of your databases. This means you can focus on solving potential issues and improving your IT instead of wasting resources on documenting and gathering data.
- Average Data IO Stall
- Allocated Size
- Auto Shrink
- Data Files Max Size
- Error Logs
- Table Count
- Unused Size
- Port Number
And 100+ more
- Database has blocked sessions
- Database is not in Auto-mode
- Oracle Database Instance CPU core count has changed
- Databases with no backup
- Failed logins
- High IO stall for read/write operations
- Jobs where last run failed
- Oracle Database used features has changed
- Next autogrowth will pass max file size
- Server agent is not running
And 50+ more