GSX Solutions, the global leader in proactive, consolidated monitoring and reporting of Unified Communication environments, including Microsoft, IBM, BlackBerry, Cisco ESA, SQL Server applications, today announced the release of GSX for IBM's DB2 database to help ensure performance and health of collaboration applications that use IBM DB2 as a back-end.
GSX for DB2 allows IT administrators to monitor and troubleshoot their DB2 servers and databases from multiple locations in real-time, as well as the applications that are using it. As with any GSX product, GSX for DB2 does not require any agent to be loaded on servers, thereby providing admins with a highly flexible monitoring system -- without compromising on performance and depth.
This continuous, proactive monitoring by GSX includes:
- Testing of availability and performance from multiple locations to detect local network bottlenecks;
- Measuring the end-user experience at multiple locations;
- Running end-to-end application scenarios via OBDC (open database connectivity);
- Proactive collection of deep-dive system and performance statistics, with customizable threshold alerts.
"DB2 servers are fueling mission-critical applications. DB admins like unified communication admins need their own specific monitoring platforms that allow them to look at the health of their database. An agentless system like GSX gives them independence from the classic tools used by the infrastructure teams," said Antoine Leboyer, CEO of GSX Solutions. "As with our recent products for IronPort, Active Directory, and SQL, GSX for DB2 is another step in our mission to monitor the underlying components that can impact the quality and performance of mission-critical systems." More information regarding GSX's vision can be found at http://www.gsx.com/beyond-unified-communications.
GSX for DB2 is now available
The new GSX for DB2 is available at http://www.gsx.com/products/gsx-for-db2-server, where information on other GSX solutions and partner opportunities can also be found.
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