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Quest launch scalability testing tool

Posted in testing tool by testing in London on November 14, 2007

From Business Wire

Quest Software have introduced new versions of several products that help database professionals work more efficiently. The products include: Toad® for Oracle 9.5, Toad Data Modeler 3.0 and Benchmark Factory® 5.5. Each product works with Oracle environments to simplify the manual, time-intensive tasks associated with Oracle database design, development, administration, performance and availability. The newest additions to this family of products include:

  • Toad for Oracle 9.5, a comprehensive database development and administration solution that provides users with greater visibility of commonly-used functionality and improved workflow. This new version increases team collaboration and the distribution of development standards, and includes updated database administration features.
  • Toad Data Modeler 3.0, a powerful and cost-effective database modeling and design tool. The newest product components allow for comparison and synchronization between models and databases, as well as the ability to generate alteration scripts to facilitate this synchronization. Logical modeling capabilities have also been added, allowing organizations to model to true business requirements.
  • Benchmark Factory 5.5, a scalability testing tool that stress tests environments by simulating users and transactions on the database. The newest version supports Oracle 11g and Microsoft Vista, offers enhanced mapping options for SQL Server and Sybase databases, and features an improved Oracle Trace File import process.

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