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DPA and SAM integration

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Feb 20, 2017

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Integrating DPA with SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor (SAM) provides specific features only available when DPA and SAM are integrated.

You can create two types of relationships between applications monitored by SAM and database instances monitored by DPA:

  • A SAM application and a DPA database instance are monitoring the same application.
  • A SAM application queries a DPA database instance.

The first relationship type adds a DB Performance tab to the Application Details view for quick access to DPA resources.

DB Performance tab

The second relationship type populates data to the following resources:

Applications Using All My Databases

This resource displays all applications monitored by SAM that query database instances monitored by all your DPA servers.

Applications Using All My Databases

Applications Using My Databases

This resource displays the applications monitored by SAM that query database instances monitored by the selected DPA server.

Applications Using My Databases

Applications Using This Database

This resource is on the Database Instances view. It tells you which applications are querying this database instance.

Applications Using This Database

Database Response Time (Client)

This resource is on the Application views for applications that query databases monitored by DPA. You can access these views by clicking a client application in the "Applications Using..." resources. For example, in the image above, click Microsoft IIS.

The Database Response Time (Client) resource tells you how long your application is waiting on the database and why. The histogram breaks down the amount of time your application waited into discreet wait types, which identify what the database was doing. It often identifies resource contention. The Info icon icon next to each wait type provides a description of what this wait type means, common solutions, and the role within your organization most capable of this work.

Database Response Time (Client)

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