GeeknRolla<br />
Introduction<br />Andy<br />Robinson<br />Steve<br />Kennedy<br />Founder and CEO/CTO<br />CSO<br />andy@dbvu.net<br />ste...
A Centralised Database Monitoring System<br />Online Database Performance Analytics<br />Historical, current and predictiv...
<ul><li> “The world’s most popular open source database”
 11 Million known installations
 20-30% Small and Medium Sized Businesses and Start-up Companies</li></li></ul><li>Open Source and Commercial Monitoring S...
DBVu Monitoring<br /><ul><li> Single server side script
 Secure Remote polling
 No up-grade or additional client side maintenance
 Clear and intuitive reporting
 SMS/Email/Twitter Alerts</li></li></ul><li>Licensing<br />Freemium<br />£0/year<br />Standard<br />£100/year<br />Cluster...
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  • DBVu is hosted service providing a centralised database monitoring system, delivering a rich array of online performance analytics supporting users to sustain and scale their MySQL database environments.Reporting across a number historical, current and predictive statistics, DBVu helps companies gain the maximum potential from their database architectures however large or small.
  • MySQL, known as the world&apos;s most popular open source database, and can boast an impressive 11 million known installations.  Of that market, it is said, thatSmall Medium Sized Businesses and start-up companies account for 20-30%, or 3.3 million installations worldwide.In the current climate, few companies can escape the demands to improving output and reduce expenditure, and no more so in the SMB/Start-up companies.For those, the luxury of an internal database administrator is one few can afford. Relying on the efforts of other internal resources to solve problems, in-turn, placing unprecedented pressure on individuals ill equipped to respond.
  • Frequently opting to install one of the many system-monitoring tools, for tracking system processes and identifying bottlenecks, diagnosing the root cause often requires a greater degree of intelligence. Most of these solutions are ‘self-hosted’, compounding the strain on internal resource to install, configure and maintain.
  • DBVu

    1. 1. GeeknRolla<br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />Andy<br />Robinson<br />Steve<br />Kennedy<br />Founder and CEO/CTO<br />CSO<br />andy@dbvu.net<br />steve@dbvu.net<br />
    3. 3. A Centralised Database Monitoring System<br />Online Database Performance Analytics<br />Historical, current and predictive statistical analysis<br />
    4. 4. <ul><li> “The world’s most popular open source database”
    5. 5. 11 Million known installations
    6. 6. 20-30% Small and Medium Sized Businesses and Start-up Companies</li></li></ul><li>Open Source and Commercial Monitoring Systems <br />
    7. 7. DBVu Monitoring<br /><ul><li> Single server side script
    8. 8. Secure Remote polling
    9. 9. No up-grade or additional client side maintenance
    10. 10. Clear and intuitive reporting
    11. 11. SMS/Email/Twitter Alerts</li></li></ul><li>Licensing<br />Freemium<br />£0/year<br />Standard<br />£100/year<br />Cluster<br />£400/year<br />Enterprise<br />TBC<br />Multiple Master Database Servers<br />1 Master Database<br />Full Reporting<br />30 Days Full Reporting<br />4 X Replicate Slave Databases<br />Full Historical Analysis<br />30 Days Full Historical Analysis<br />Unlimited Slave Databases<br />Cluster View Analytics<br />Unlimited Databases<br />Reduced Polling & Reporting after 30 days.<br />Configurable Dashboard<br />Configurable Alerting<br />Email & Twitter Alerts<br />Upgrade at Anytime<br />Configurable Polling<br />Configurable Alerting<br />
    12. 12. Events <br /><ul><li> Originally bootstrapped January 2010
    13. 13. Raised Angel investment for equipment and recruitment
    14. 14. Recruiting external development resource
    15. 15. Final stages of initial development
    16. 16. Private Beta Feb 2011
    17. 17. Public Beta a first release scheduled for March 2011</li></li></ul><li>Future<br /><ul><li> Continue to develop within the MySQL product range
    18. 18. Expand into other database platforms such as PostgreSQL
    19. 19. Explore a number of No-SQL products including CouchDB and MongoDB </li></li></ul><li>The Team<br />Andy Robinson<br />CEO/CTO<br /><ul><li> Over 20 years database system design and deployment.
    20. 20. 6 years senior management
    21. 21. 12 years Investment Banks
    22. 22. 10 years Mobile and Web</li></ul>Steve Kennedy<br />CSO<br /><ul><li> 20+ in mobile/ISP/telecoms experience.
    23. 23. Specialising in Business Development, Strategy, Media/PR</li></ul> and Social Media/Networking and infrastructure.<br />Shareholder<br />CFO<br /><ul><li> ACMA Qualified
    24. 24. 10+ experience managing VC backed businesses through to exit</li></li></ul><li>Thanks @DBVu<br />

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