Sybase ASE (formerly Sybase SQL Server) is a commercial database server that uses a "Relational Model" structure for database management. Developed by Sybase (now a subsidiary of SAP), Sybase ASE is intended for use with high-performance, transaction-based applications, many of which have a global reach, that routinely manage colossal amounts of data and thousands of concurrent users. Sybase ASE was the first enterprise-level database system to introduce in-memory capabilities to deliver high throughput and minimize response times for mission-critical infrastructures. Although a Windows version is available, Sybase ASE primarily is deployed on Unix-based operating systems.
Deep visibility into Sybase ASE performance
Get to the root cause quickly and resolve costly performance problems with real-time visibility into transaction activity, cache hit rates, access types, and other performance counters in any Sybase ASE server throughout your organization.
Historical Sybase ASE instance performance trends
Analyze and alert based on SQL Server instance performance trends over time, and use this information to proactively tune performance to improve resource efficiency and optimize the end-user experience.
Quickly troubleshoot issues with one-click SQL statement analysis that displays details of the SQL statement and SQL execution plan.
View Sybase ASE objects
Gain a holistic view of your Sybase ASE objects with full visibility and correlation with SQL execution plans that display current Sybase ASE configuration parameters, properties, and information related to database objects including configuration values.
Comprehensive performance reports
Visualize important information – like historical reporting of time series comparisons, and top SQL reports – to make data-driven decisions about your Sybase ASE servers.