IronGrid unveils IronTrack SQL
IronGrid Inc., which provides tools that help Java developers improve
software performance, has unveiled IronTrack SQL. An intuitive tool
that allows developers to establish an application's JDBC
performance history over time, IronTrack SQL generates data
comparisons that can pinpoint the cause of SQL performance delays.
IronTrack SQL allows programmers to search for problems resulting
from query interactions, or to locate unexplained spikes in
database utilization. By displaying a Gantt-style chart of
queries as they occur over time, users can develop an understanding
of the exact behavior of an application's database activity.
With IronTrack SQL, development teams can:
* Overlay and compare query performance and activity between
two or more sets of query performance data;
* Search for performance problems that result from query
interactions, such as when two queries are executed at
the same time; and
* Run automated local unit tests to check for a build's variance
from an established performance baseline.
For development teams requiring multiuser monitoring of query
performance, IronGrid has introduced an enhanced server version
of IronTrack SQL. IronGrid's first server-based product, IronTrack
SQL-Server Edition leverages enhanced Ant task functionality to
automate performance testing and problem detection throughout
the build process. With the Server Edition, development teams
can ensure that all code contributed to every build is
automatically subjected to performance tests.