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Monitoring DB2 Databases

Source: NiCE GmbH
Databases serve a lot of different business applications, all of which must work in perfect harmony to provide a good customer experience. Therefore it is important that the databases offer the best availability and performance. What does performance mean to you? Before you begin looking for a database 2 (DB2) monitoring solution, you should answer this and other questions about your business processes and your needs.


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