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Upcoming Technical Webinars

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December 11, 2019 - Gaining Insight to Your Analytical Workload

Description of this Technical Webinar

Introduction to the new NonStop Database Analyzer product from HPE

Your past can predict your future, or it can be used to improve your future.
Come find out how to bypass inventing your own flux capacitor and learn how to utilize NSDA – the NonStop Database Analyzer.
In this next NonStop Academy Technical Webinar, Paul Denzinger (HPE NonStop Advanced Technology Center Master Technologist) will guide a discussion where you will walk away with the keys to capturing your most critical information about query workloads, system performance, heath and other metrics.
He’ll also show you how to make use of storing that data in a repository for both real-time and historical analysis. You’ll discover how you can use NSDAs browser-based graphical views of workload activity to take advantage of the many built-in reports and easily develop and store your own custom reports.
NDSA allows you to view query workloads in real-time and we’ll show you how to view historical workloads over-time, easily zoom into the details of specific periods and analyze query workload performance to help you fine tune your environment.


Paul Denzinger (HPE)

Paul is a Master Technologist working in the Advanced Technology Center (ATC) of HPE, with specialization in database technology and performance.

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