Our team consists of highly qualified and motivated experts. They share a primary goal: To offer our customers best assistance and optimal solutions at fair and transparent cost. Passion, commitment, enthusiasm for learning something new and the daily seek for new challenges are common attributes of the specialists working for “performing databases”. The “state of the art” is their standard, and testing out bleeding edge technologies in a laboratory their daily claim.

After many years of experience in the world of databases, our highes philosophy is, to care for your tenacity: “Your reliability. Our concern.”

Benedikt Nahlovsky

benedikt_nahlovsky_performing-databasesAfter having worked as a Java developer for 2 years, I have been a database administrator for more than 5 years now.

What brought me into the database world was my interest in new technological challenges, they fascinated me since the time of my childhood. Learning and testing new features and analyzing problems in old database versions are my favorite work.

System sizing, license recommendation, installation and configuration of single instance databases with oracle restart as well as high availability solutions like RAC or ActiveDataGuard and proactive and active performance tuning are my areas of expertise.

My blog is, and my frequent tweets can be found at @bnahlovsky.

Martin Klier

martin_klier_performing-databasesBeing in IT business as a specialist for Linux, Martin Klier has been involved in the administration of Oracle Databases for about fifteen years now. The integration of large Oracle-based high-availability solutions (MAA) with RAC and Data Guard were the first challenges. In the last years, he largely moved into performance analysis and tuning of complex systems with dynamically changing load profiles.

Skeptical needs assessments, thorough architecture planning, decent system sizing, critical benchmarking and experienced load-focused system analysis are Martin’s formula to success in avoiding production downtime.


For years now, Martin can be found speaking on topics regarding “Oracle Core, Performance and High Availability” on various national and international conferences, like COLLABROATE (IOUG), Oracle Open World or DOAG Konferenz.

Martin frequently blogs about recent issues and their solutions at and is known on Twitter as @MartinKlierDBA.

Martin works a lot for the community, especially for the German Oracle Users Group “DOAG” and Linux User Group Mitterteich, and is an Oracle ACE (Database).