Insider is a real-time performance tuning solution for Oracle. It allows you to monitor all aspects of Oracle internal workings and presents this in a revolutionary and sleek user interface.
Oracle Instance View
Oracle Instance view is a detailed
real-time snapshot of an Oracle database showing performance and other
critical information for a single Oracle instance
Oracle Alert Log
Whenever an error is discovered in the
Oracle alert log an alert is shown on instance view and it can be opened
in the separate window.
Configuration subview shows other
important Oracle database and instance configuration data as well as
licensing, options and NLS parameters.
System statistics charts subview
allows to select any number of Oracle statistics and add them to a
drill-down chart. A month worth of statistics history can be analyzed.
Enterprise view is the starting point
where you add, remove and arrange the items you would like to monitor,
view some basic information about them, enable and disable items, view
and configure alerts.
Oracle Context Menu
From Oracle Context Menu you can start and stop Oracle instance, start SQL*Plus and perform some other DBA functions.
You can generate an availability report for any server Insider is monitoring.
You can easily extend Insider
functionality by configuring external tools such as SQL*Plus, ssh or SQL
Developer right on an Enterprise View item.
External tools can be configured with various variables, such as host name, oracle username etc.
100+ Configurable Alerts
You can disable alerts for all databases, you can disable them for a particular database and you can change alerts thresholds.
Alerts come with a small description and/or recomendation on how to fix a problem
Operating System View
Operating system overview is a
detailed real-time snapshot of an OS server showing performance and
other critical information for a single OS.
Processes view shows a list of operating system processes currently running.
Operating system storage view shows the drives (mounts) and space usage statistics.
Operating system sessions view shows all
currently connected operating system users and the details of their
connection such as login time, idle time and IP address.
Shell view is a special type of view in
that it allows you to login to you operating system host using your
login and password you entered when adding an Enterprise view item and
execute any command that your user account is configured to access.