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Tosska In-Memory Maestro (TIM™) for Oracle® 1.2.0
$199.80 – $1,198.80
Tosska In-memory Maestro (TIM™) for Oracle® automates the In-memory SQL optimization process and provide In-memory objects recommendations for a given SQL workload with our proprietary artificial intelligent engine. Tosska In-memory Maestro (TIM™) also provides user friendly In-memory simulation function for user to virtually evaluate their in-memory table objects for one SQL or a given SQL workload captured from SGA or AWR without actually populating those table objects.