DTM Soft Updates DTM DB Stress - Taking Stress Out of Stress Testing

Moscow, Russian Federation (PressExposure) August 24, 2009 -- DTM DB Stress is a specialized stress testing tool for server parts of information systems (databases), related applications and database servers themselves. The purpose of the tool is to allow database developers and QA specialists see how applications and hardware handle heavy data traffic, multiple simultaneous connections, competing queries and transactions.

DTM DB Stress allows database developers and administrators create and set up a nonstop flow of server queries in the form of OLAP (query execution) or OTLP (adding, deleting or editing data in databases). Program users can alter both the quantity and priority of queries for databases or related applications.

DTM DB Stress comes with a test package that has a big set of various database tasks in the form of SQL statements. The program allows launching multiple copies of one task, running parallel in different threads. It is possible to set individual priorities for each task, including priorities. Thus, the package lets any database administrator test current database performance in order to estimate the maximum threshold or to properly plan for future system upgrades

DTM DB Stress is distributed electronically over the Internet; free demo version is available at http://www.sqledit.com/stress/ for evaluation.

DTM soft is a well-known software company specializing in developing database processing and reporting utilities. The company signature is remarkable simplicity and efficiency of all software titles DTM soft has developed and released. DTM DB Stress is the latest addition to the company’s database processing software product line that includes titles like DTM SQL editor, DTM Migration Kit, DTM Data Generator, DTM Data Editor and DTM Schema Reporter.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 24, 2009 at 8:45 am
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