McObject Debuts Database Monitoring Display

Steve Graves, McObject

Issaquah, Wash.-based McObject, a provider of embedded in-memory databases,  is developing a graphical user interface for monitoring activity in its eXtremeDB embedded database, as well as an API for accessing the captured statistics, which can help users configure the database to enhance application performance.

The vendor plans to release a GUI this quarter for capturing database statistics, including disk input/output wait time and throughput, CPU load and the host processor’s memory usage

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