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Posted Jan 10, 2003

OuterBay Lets DBAs Manage Data Growth

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From eWeek]

OuterBay Technologies on Monday will roll out its Application Data Management suite, software that allows enterprises to monitor and manage data growth.

The ADM suite consists of three key components: ARM (Application Resource Manager), Instance Generator and LiveArchive.

ARM allows users to monitor, detect, diagnose and resolve data growth that's gotten out of hand. The tool provides data analysis for data growth management and performance optimization, such as analysis of existing data growth, data growth forecasts and "what-if" analysis of potential data policies.

Prior to this release, ARM was limited to support of Oracle Corp. and PeopleSoft Inc. applications data. With the technology integration that followed OuterBay's October acquisition of BitByBit International came support for other enterprise applications, including IBM's DB2 and Informix data management software, Sybase Inc. databases, Microsoft Corp.'s SQL Server, custom code and databases, and all leading hardware platforms. OuterBay officials said that future releases also will support SAP R/3 and Siebel Systems Inc. databases.

The article continues at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,3959,817758,00.asp

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