databaseEZ masterclass

01:14:30 MIN

How to raise the bar for your application maintenance

  • Managing application properties ranging from the basic to design attributes, as well as those related to security
  • Administering DAOS more efficiently—including gathering data for objects stored, volume of data saved, and more
  • Handling your view and folder index sizes in new and better ways
  • Understanding global database usage patterns, as well as detailed usage information regarding location, templates, ODS, and more
  • Maintaining databases in faster and better ways, all without the server console
    And more…
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Time-Stamped outline

Manage your applications’ properties and settings (7:05)

  • Get to know the tiered loading process (7:05)
  • Apply pre-filters for increased (11:10)
  • Manage the display of your database properties in the grid (12:15)
  • Categorize your data with drag-and-drop group headers (16:00)
  • Ex. List applications based on ODS Version (16:15)
  • Ex. Find the most used templates on your server (17:08)
  • Ex. Find the number of documents and a Physical Size summary per category using dynamic totals in the flexYgrid (18:35)
  • Ex. Add up the number of DAOS stored bytes for DAOS enabled applications (20:05)
  • Calculate the effective space used by each application, for all applications (20:45)
  • Ex. Work with Space Used percentages as indicators of failed database compacting (22:15)
  • Get a list of status messages to determine application errors or corruption (23:50)
  • Edit Template Build properties directly (25:10)
  • Ex. Group and identify mailboxes by their Template Build Version (26:05)
  • Check the encryption status of your databases (27:10)
  • Enable Purge Interval Replication Control (PIRC) on your databases across your server to prevent document resurrection (31:10)
  • Choose and send console commands lines to fix multiple databases directly from databaseEZ (33:00)

Note that the number of databases selected may affect server function because each command line will create a separate execution threa

  • Customize your data display through cell filtering and formatting. Ex. Find the year with the largest volume of database created in terms of physical size. (36:35)
  • Set up the Property Analyzer for use as a shortcut for analyzing common administration issues (39:15)
  • Ensure correct settings across multiple applications using the exclusive Data Comparator (41:15)
  • Add your comments directly to the set of data displayed in the grid by creating custom annotation columns (45:45)
  • Check the encryption status of your databases (47:10)

Perform server-wide application usage audits (50:50)

  • Ex. Run the User Activity Analyzer to find the most-used applications (54:10)
  • Ex. Find out who’s using what on a specific server (55:45)

Retrieve View and Folder index sizes en-masse (57:10)

  • Ex. Quickly find space on your server by purging View Folder Indexes (57:30)
  • Ex. Set creation of Full Text Indexes or delete them (1:00:40)

Employ various built-in tools for better database management (1:01:10)

  • Generate Replica IDs
  • Set local encryption
  • Copy databases as application links
  • Delete databases

Extend your tasks scope through automation (1:05:10)

  • Ex. Generate User Activity reports for 3 different servers by recording
    and running a macro (1:06:00)
  • Ex. Report mail rules that send to external email addresses (1:10:40)

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