Before You Burst - Select a Workload

Before you burst a workload to the cloud, you'll need a workload to burst. Workload Manager provides two ways of defining workloads - auto-generated workloads, and manually-defined workloads.



You can use Workload Manager to analyze your data warehouse workloads at the cluster level, but using the Workload View feature, you can analyze workloads with much finer granularity. For example, you can analyze how queries that access a particular database or that use a specific resource pool are performing against SLAs. Or you can examine how all the queries are performing that a specific user sends to your cluster.

Use workload views that Workload Manager automatically generates, or manually define your own workload views to drill down on specific criteria: