Wise to Oracle SQL Performance
Your business relies upon the quality, productivity, and performance of your applications and their associated databases. Downtime and poor performance are the events that most likely cause phones to ring and pagers to buzz. DBAs don't have time to tune the database and application development teams don't have the background and advanced skills to write highly efficient SQL. Compounding matters further, new applications are being developed or purchased, and ongoing maintenance of existing applications seems like a run on a treadmill.
Current applications need a performance boost without expensive hardware upgrades
DBAs can't rewrite application SQL
Developers aren't experienced with efficient SQL creation
Production systems cannot be slowed to test SQL or index changes
Application vendors won't fix slow queries or batch processing without proof of performance bottlenecks
Brother Owl for Oracle SQL Performance Tuning
Brother-Owl™ captures, analyzes, and fixes application SQL and Oracle indexes. DBAs and developers can use this tool to fix SQL in production or as part of the testing process for new code. Brother-Owl gives expert advice on how to tune SQL, Oracle objects, use Oracle hints, or advise you on Index effectiveness. The product allows "What If" analysis on a variety of changes. Most importantly, all of this work can be done without impacting your production systems.
Prevents production interruption by collecting data with the High Speed Data Collector (HSDC) which tracks SQL execution for later analysis
Provides the industry's best "breadth" and "depth" SQL Rewrite capability
Allows "What If" evaluation locally with no database impact via simulation technology
Achieves higher performance through indexing by automatically advising recommendations based on SQL execution
Accelerates application performance by providing improved SQL rewrites and application level analysis
Extends DBA resources by providing expert tuning recommendations automatically with intelligently generated Oracle hints