Oracle Health Check and Optimization
Poor database performance limits company performance.
Just because a database has a big name like Oracle doesn’t mean it’s invincible—As with any database, it is intricate, complex, and in some ways, fragile. Declining performance, poor memory management, inefficient data structure, or old hardware—these steal money, time, and resources, and can go unseen. That’s why XTIVIA’s team performs a regular Oracle health check.
Our Oracle Health Checks address the following:
- Are the database and operating system properly tuned?
- Are there sufficient hardware resources for the various applications?
- Have schemas been normalized or denormalized where appropriate?
- Have the proper indexes been created?
- Are critical administrative utilities run regularly?
- Does the staff have what they need to maintain an efficient system?
Give your Oracle Database the Care it Needs.
A Health Check is a review of your Oracle database. The results you get from a Health Check help assess the database’s actual status compared to its intended performance. Find out if you’re getting your money’s worth from your Oracle database – have XTIVIA perform a health check that’s tailored to your precise needs—whether they are performance, backup, security, or a combination thereof.
XTIVIA doesn’t approach Health Checks with a cookie-cutter mentality. We only perform checks after evaluating your server’s operational environment and determining what would be most effective for you.
Issues can spiral out of control. One error can cause others and may have a cascading effect throughout the system. With such sensitive systems (often working in tandem with others), every error needs to be “hunted down” to its source, and resolved accordingly. This is why examining the database in-depth is not optional, but essential for a complete health check.
Review your Oracle Database performance from an end-to-end perspective.
Delivering a successful assessment of your Oracle database performance tuning by
evaluating database performance and possible issues is our goal.