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VividCortex Launches at DEMO Enterprise

VividCortex Launches First Database Performance Management Solution Built for MySQL

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/03/14 -- VividCortex today announced the launch of its software-as-a-service database performance management solution at DEMO Enterprise 2014 in San Francisco, renowned for launching the most innovative companies in enterprise, mobile, cloud computing, consumer, and social media technologies.

VividCortex helps companies that care about Web performance diagnose and understand what happens in the most critical component of their systems -- the database. VividCortex is the world's first database performance management service. Built specifically for MySQL, the leading Web-scale database technology, VividCortex offers the following unique differentiators:

  • Modern, cloud-ready, maintenance-free, scalable and simple installation;
  • Patent-pending, automated, fault-detection technology;
  • Facebook-like feed of systems events designed specifically for the DevOps community;
  • Industry leading 1-second granularity of all system metrics, events and queries; and
  • Measurable cost-savings through reduced diagnosis time and time-to-resolution.

Baron Schwartz, database performance expert and CEO of VividCortex, explained, "We're addressing the database performance management market, which hasn't seen much innovation in years, despite the massive growth in data, and leaves database administrators and DevOps people without good tools to manage system performance. Our initial offering is tailored for MySQL, the world's most popular open-source database, and includes features such as deep SQL analysis and zero-configuration adaptive fault detection technology."

"After traveling the country and vetting hundreds of companies on the DEMO Tour, we are excited to select VividCortex to be one of the 27 companies launching new products solving big problems at DEMO Enterprise," said Erick Schonfeld, executive producer of DEMO.


We founded VividCortex to bring technical intelligence to the ubiquitous computing world. Our products help our customers measure, analyze and understand system behavior at a very deep level. We build tools and services to help our customers understand complex server and database systems.

To learn more, visit https://vividcortex.com


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