Pervasively available DB2 performance information means better business results.
With Palm-GUY, key performance information is always at your fingertips.
From anywhere within the ever-expanding Palm wireless service network, you can
quickly and easily:
- Find out which applications are currently using excessive resources
- Optionally FORCE the connection
- Find out which users are currently using excessive resources
- Optionally FORCE their connection
- Display key database performance statistics
- Display critical bufferpool performance metrics
- Show tablespace disk usage
- See important table performance metrics
- View integrated system performance, including:
- CPU busy %
- virtual memory
- paging rates
Just imagine...with this critical DB2 UDB performance information readily
available at all times, you'll actually be able to enjoy family picnics
and other recreational events without being chained to your desk or
home office. Ah....freedom.
the Palm wireless network
to connect your Palm Pilot to the internet via its proxy servers. The
Palm proxy server accesses your company's network. Database-Guys software makes
real-time DB2 performance information available on the web server of
your choice, and Palm-GUY, a "web clipping" application for the Palm
Pilot, accesses your performance data over the web, subject to security
constraints you may impose.
Palm-GUY is ready
for DB2 UDB versions 6.1, 7.x, and 8.1 for
both Enterprise Edition (EE) and Extended Enterprise Edition (EEE).
DB2 UDB Enterprise
DB2 UDB Extended
(64-bit) coming soon!
- DB2 UDB per Platforms listed
- Operating System per Platforms listed
- Database-Guys Flight Deck is a pre-requisite product.
- Apache Web Server running on
Windows NT or Windows 2000.
Client Software Requirements
- Palm OS
- Wireless Service Plan from Palm.net
for the Future
We would enjoy
the opportunity to discuss our future plans and directions with you.
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Learn more about Palm wireless technology at these URLs:
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