Powerful Next Generation Job Management Solution from Idera
- 21 May, 2007 12:27
<p>• Idera Announces Next Generation Job Management Solution for Microsoft SQL Server.
• SQL Job Manager Provides Powerful Solution for Scheduling and Managing SQL Server Job Streams
Contact Details: Tony Finnemore: SQLTools from Idera - in Asia Pacific - 02 9878 8090 - www.sqltools.com.au Download trials for ALL of Idera's SQL Server tools at: www.sqltools.com.au/products
Sydney - 16 May. Managing SQL Server job streams is a time consuming and tedious administrative activity for Database Administrators (DBAs), but is essential to ensure the overall performance of their SQL Server infrastructure and to meet Service Level Agreements. Idera, a leading provider of management, administration and compliance solutions for Microsoft SQL Server, today announced SQL job manager, its next generation solution for scheduling and managing SQL Server database job streams across the enterprise.
SQL job manager provides a powerful solution to eliminate administrative overhead and ensure that technical and service level performance requirements are met, by providing:</p>
<p>A central console to manage SQL Server jobs across multiple SQL Servers.
An Outlook 2007 style intelligent visual calendar that enables DBA’s to easily identify and remediate job contention by simply viewing, dragging and dropping to rearrange or reschedule jobs.
The ability to level workload and balance job streams across servers to ensure optimum use of system resources.
An ‘at a glance;’ view of job execution history enabling quick and easy identification of failed or runaway jobs.
Integration with other award winning Idera products including the powerful job monitoring and alerting capabilities in SQL diagnostic manager and the policy-based backup and recovery capabilities in SQLsafe.
“SQL Server administrators need a simple, easy way to manage their complete portfolio of jobs from a ‘single pane of glass,’” said Rick Pleczko, President and CEO, at Idera. “SQL job manager simply eliminates the headaches associated with SQL Server job management and works synergistically with other Idera products to provide a powerful and practical solution.”
SQL job manager is Idera’s next generation solution for SQL Server job management and will supplant SQLschedule, Idera’s current solution. Existing SQLschedule customers will be upgraded to SQL Job Manager at no charge.
Pricing & Availability:
SQL job manager version will list for AU$425 per instance and be available during Q3 2007. For more information, please contact email@example.com
About Idera: Tools for SQL Server Management & Administration
Idera delivers a new generation of tools for managing and administering the world's fastest growing database management system – Microsoft SQL Server. Battle-proven and engineered for the enterprise, Idera’s solutions are written by and for SQL Server experts. Our solutions include: Real time Performance Monitoring & Diagnostics, Auditing and Compliance, High speed Backup and Recovery, Load Testing, Mobile Monitoring & Management, Web-based Administration, Enterprise Job Management, and Configuration Management. Idera is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with over 2500 customers and 30,000 licenses worldwide. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in London, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, Idera’s products are sold and supported directly and via authorized resellers and distributors around the globe. For more information, or to download a free evaluation copy of any of Idera's products, visit www.idera.com.
Idera is a division of BBS Technologies, Inc. SQLschedule, SQL job manager and Idera are trademarks or registered trademarks of BBS Technologies, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and other jurisdictions. All other company and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.</p>
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