Pressemitteilung BoxID: 764141 (ITGAIN Consulting Gesellschaft für IT-Beratung mbH)
  • ITGAIN Consulting Gesellschaft für IT-Beratung mbH
  • Essener Strasse 1
  • 30173 Hannover
  • Ansprechpartner
  • Peter Lissok
  • +49 (511) 5151-3700

ETL-Monitoring for DataStage

Do you keep an eye on your resources? Do you use them effectively?

(PresseBox) (Hannover, ) Speedgain for DataStage enables a complete application monitoring that intelligently combines information from DataStage, the underlying database, and the respective operation system.The rule-based evaluation of job indicators identifies weak points in the system. As a result, the user can focus on performance optimization of relevant objects and save time.
  1. Transparency on the ETL process – Where hast he time gone?
  2. Improved ETL processes based on historical causal analysis
  3. Internal DataStage process usage display
  4. With one click from the problem tot he source
  5. Drill down: from the Stage to SQL Explain
Usage information is displayed on jobs, stages, data access, and projects, so that the user gains transparency on all relevant resource usage.

During a causal analysis, all necessary historical information from the DataStage server is made available. This includes data from the database, the operating system and network, alongside the performance data of the DataStage. This enables a retroactive and complete analysis of specific problems and leads to an improved service quality of ETL processes

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From idea to product

From the range of tasks addressed over the last few years by the ITGAIN Consulting Gesellschaft für IT-Beratung mbH, a number of ideas have surfaced for the improved and more sustainable implementation of solutions. Some of these ideas have led more recently to products that are being further developed through the ITGAIN Integration Solution.

Two core themes have emerged out of this product development, which are performance monitoring and tools and products for mainframe-migration on decentralized systems. As a result, ideas and solutions have been generated from unsatisfactory project and application solutions since 2002. These have found their way into sustainable products.