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Sitraka PerformaSure 1.5 Release Adds Powerful JDBC Introspection
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(June 21, 2002) - The latest release of Sitraka PerformaSureTM 1.5, a transaction-centric performance diagnosis tool for analyzing distributed JavaTM applications, now has enhanced Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) support. PerformaSure 1.5 provides Java developers, architects, and database administrators with critical investigative insight into how J2EE applications, application servers, and databases interact to serve end-user requests in transactional systems.

Many performance and scalability problems in J2EE systems originate from the interactions between distributed applications and Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS.) Until now, no product has been capable of relating detailed database timings back to real end-user transactions in distributed applications. Performance teams were forced to sift through huge log and metrics files to guess relationships between database calls and slow transactions. Now, using PerformaSure's unique Tag and Follow technology, JDBC operations show timing and call count information for each executing SQL statement. This allows a performance team to quickly determine whether a performance problem lies in the database or in the application.

Performance investigators now have the detailed JDBC information they need to zero in on a wide range of database problems including poorly formed SQL statements or stored procedures, misconfigured database connection pools, excessive database calls and result set manipulations, resource management problems, EJB deployment, and failures in database updates.

Ed Lycklama, CTO, Sitraka, noted, "By using Sitraka PerformaSure, investigators can analyze database performance problems as they relate to end-user transactions, eliminate guesswork and solve a greater range of database problems more quickly."

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