Stan’s Deep Dive on IBM Instana and DBmarlin: Observability for Database Optimization

In today’s business, organizations that move faster have an advantage over slower-moving teams. To meet the need for speed, applications evolved to use microservices, containers, and orchestration, most notably Kubernetes. Applications became so dynamic (constantly changing). Legacy tools struggled to keep up with the rate of change.

Using DBmarlin at all stages of an application and database evolution customers can continually build in high performance, however, fast changes occur.

IBM Instana was built from the ground up to handle these modern applications. The founders had a simple goal: make life easier for DevOps. That meant being able to provide the levels of visibility they were used to from their traditional APM tools, but also deliver actionable information for all stakeholders from Ops to Dev to business executives.

DBmarlin is the ultimate database monitoring tool, providing unprecedented insights into applications and databases. Combining performance data with change information gives teams deep context on how their systems are performing to help them identify issues quickly and keep track of changes over time while being able to seamlessly integrate all stages of application development within a single platform.

During this new appointment of the Stan’s Deep Dive series, discover how the collaboration between IBM Instana and DBmarlin is important, IBM Instana highlights when a database is slow and DBmarlin shows you why that is and how to fix it


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Hosts of this Webinar

Jordy Mevissen

Principal Leader Technical Value Advisory EMEA, IBM Instana Observability

Getting the highest value out of an investment (in a product, an implementation, etc.) has been Jordy's primary goal during his whole career. Gaining vast experience through working and collaborating intensively with customers of all sizes across the world for many years. Before holding various management positions, most recently at IBM (after the Instana acquisition), Jordy has also worked as individual contributor being the "first person on the floor" for high-growth companies, all with the goal to build and hire great teams, to mature and to optimize customer success processes, to result in extreme customer growth and avoiding/reducing churn. Customer Success is Jordy's mantra for delivering excellence for product value realization. Customer Success is team work, Customer Success is retaining and growing customer value.

Mick McGuinness

Product Manager

DBmarlin Product Manager and long-time performance engineer specialising in application and database performance since 1998. Mick has created and worked with many monitoring tools helping hundreds of customers to optimize their application performance.

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