Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Aussie Database Performance Tuning software "Ellarose" from Riyosu


My friend and fellow Oracle OCP Nathan McAteer is providing all readers with an opportunity to purchase the latest version of Riyosu’s Aussie database performance tuning software "Ellarose" at a discounted rate. Ellarose, named after his daughter by the proud father, is used by some of Australia’s largest financial institutions on a daily basis. In fact the majority of articles posted by Nathan on the Riyosu website are real world scenarios from one of the top 4 Australian banks.

The product is extremely versatile and covers a range of Oracle version and editions. Both Standard and Enterprise edition are supported from 10g. Backward compatibility from 9i downwards is cleverly done by allowing the user to tailor the underlying scripts which query the database performance metrics. Access to the underlying scripts is a huge bonus and rarely do vendors share the intelligence of their product like this. It means you also get access to hundreds of great performance scripts. Not licensed to use AWR? Not a problem because it also works on STATSPACK. There are a whole series of articles from Nathan on the Riyosu web site https://www.riyosu.com about the database performance tuning that can be achieved by Ellarose.

The Ellarose product itself can be downloaded through the Riyosu online store at https://www.riyosu.com/online-store for an annual subscription of $349 USD (further discount code provided below). Once you have your subscription you can use it on *any* number of databases within your organisation. Note that similar products on the market would cost ten times as much.

For a further 10% discount, enter the special coupon code of "SDBA1".

Note: You can apply your discount code after clicking on the “BUY NOW” button.

Regards,

Porus Homi Havewala,


Oracle Certified Master.

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