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Cloud Database Monitoring using SelectStar – Part VII

We are looking at SelectStar, the heterogeneous monitoring solution for cloud databases. In the previous blog post here, we completed adding an Oracle database from our on-premise collector. The database then appeared in the SelectStar database overview page. We investigated the memory and CPU utilization of the SelectStar collector processes on the in-premises box to make sure the usage was reasonable. Next, we logged back in to the main SelectStar database overview page, and drilled down on the recently added “SaiProd” Oracle database.

The overview page appeared, where we could see the Alerts in red, and the Recommendations in blue. A graphical display of the last hour’s database wait time, query execution time, and session count was also seen on the overview page. Let us now move to the recommendations tab.


SelectStar has analyzed the collected and uploaded information, and based on its out-of-box body of knowledge, has made some recommendations.
We can see that there are four re…

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