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Monitoring Oracle Database with New Relic Infrastructure

Oracle Database (OracleDB) is a traditional database management system frequently used for running online transaction processing, data warehousing, and mixed database workloads.

The New Relic OracleDB integration collects key performance metrics on databases, tablespaces, and memory by default. Optionally, the integration can be configured to collect a number of extended metrics for a more finely detailed characterization of database performance, increased visibility, and more accurate diagnoses.

What you can monitor with our OracleDB integration

Query and index performance

The lack of proper indexes on your tables can lead to bad performance and have an overall impact on your database.


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Tablespace metrics

Track how much tablespace is consumed and reserved, and as a ratio of total tablespace.

Resource metrics

See how many disks and memory resources your database is consuming.

 

You need to know what’s happening in your OracleDB

Databases like OracleDB can be huge and process thousands of queries per second. It's important to track your disk performance, memory consumption, and specific database metrics like the number of full table scans.

See your OracleDB metrics in pre-built dashboards

Visualize all your data, easily filter to a specific host, and correlate with other performance metrics.

Default OracleDB dashboards

Track every OracleDB configuration change

Understand config differences across your stack and quantify how they're impacting performance.

Kafka Alert Example

Know immediately when your performance is degrading

Set up and receive alerts on any of your OracleDB metrics—for example, get notified when the number of full table scans goes up.

 

General Alert Example

Ready to get started?

Install the integration now and get a clear picture of your OracleDB performance.

 

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