DB2 performance information means better business results.
With Flight Deck, key performance information is available to any
web browser within your network for
authorized users only.
There's no need to install client software on every machine that
might need access to performance data. So, when your cell phone
rings with the crisis du jour, you can immediately get down to the business
of solving the problem -
wherever you are, from any desk, from home, or your favorite
Flight Deck's performance instrumentation is modeled after a cockpit
of a jet aircraft. Different gauges and graphs are used to graphically
present key DB2 performance metrics. Understanding performance results
for key metrics becomes as easy as reading the fuel gauge on your car
Flight Deck cohesively integrates:
- System performance metrics
- CPU busy %
- Virtual memory
- Database manager performance metrics
- Database performance metrics
- Bufferpool performance metrics
- Tablespace performance metrics
- Table performance metrics
- Lock analysis
- Top current user analysis
- Top current application analysis
- SQL cost rank analysis
Just imagine... with this critical DB2 UDB performance information
readily available, at all times, from any location on your network,
you'll always have the information you need to diagnose, treat, and
cure any performance situations on a moment's notice. Ah....freedom.
New in V1.4.0
- Flight Deck now
displays performance information on static SQL statements from Flight
Deck's Global SQL view
- You can specify
a default schema name to be used when running DB2 Explain for unqualified
- Flight Deck 1.4.0
runs with DB2 UDB version 8.1
- You can easily
add new users by replicating existing Flight Deck authorized user
setups and user preferences
- Flight Deck now
offers configurable, multi-level server-side logging
- There is more
flexible instance handling for all platforms along with multiple instance
support for DB2 for Windows servers
- Plus continued
efficiency and performance enhancements.
More Flight Deck Features:
- Flight Deck is
available for DB2 on Windows 2000 and NT platforms.
- Flight Deck gives
you the ability to monitor multiple databases across multiple instances/machines/nodes
from the same Flight Deck Servlet.
- In one configurable
window, you can view database and OS statistics for multiple databases
across multiple instances/machines/nodes at a glance.
- Search for all
SQL statements that have been executed against a table, regardless
of whether an alias name or view was used.
Flight Deck uses
some of today's most advanced technology to deliver state-of-the-art
and much more. The end result is fast, efficient, pervasive, and secure
monitoring capabilities for your DB2 UDB enterprise.
Our smart, efficient,
agent technology requires only a single agent to be installed for each
DB2 UDB database, so DB2 only needs to convey performance data once.
The Flight Deck database monitoring agent then communicates with your
web server (Java servlets) to dynamically generate web pages for your
It's fast. It's
very efficient. And it's very secure (for one thing, you don't need
to provide the SYSADM userid/password to everyone that wants to monitor
Flight Deck is
ready for DB2 UDB V6.1, V7.x, and V8.1 for both Enterprise Edition (EE)
and Extended Enterprise Edition (EEE).
DB2 UDB Enterprise
DB2 UDB Extended
(64-bit) coming soon!
Server Software Requirements
- IBM DB2 UDB version 6 or higher, per Platforms
- Operating System per Platforms listed
- Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition (formerly known as Java JDK), version
- Apache web server;
included with the Flight Deck software
servlet engine version 3.2.1; included with the Flight Deck software
Client Software Requirements
- DB2 Server (UNIX, Windows NT, Windows 2000)
- Web server (Windows NT or 2000)
Vision for the Future
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the opportunity to discuss our future plans and directions with you.
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