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SQL Server monitoring
Check for common issues such as
failed jobs, low disk space, etc
Tag instances to be monitored
Specify thresholds and severity
See instance status in real time
Scan your entire estate for
SQL Server Best Practices
Generate your report in minutes
Perform a SQL Server Health Check
All instances checked in minutes
Output results to Excel
One tool for all your servers.
All instances accessible from one screen, tagged and filtered by name, version and edition
Real time dashboard of CPU, memory usage, I/O, waits and all running requests.
See the big picture.
Get an instant view of instance and database health, and drilldown for more detail
Detailed database analysis, including files, options, tables, views, indexes, statistics, fragmentation, operational stats, scans, lookups and more
View current activity. including running requests, sessions, locks, transactions, blocking chains, waiting tasks and connections
View historical activity. See the most expensive queries in terms of CPU, reads, writes and duration. Copy the SQL to the clipboard
Dive into the SQL OS
Get to grips with essential data about waits, latches, schedulers, counters and tempdb
Browse through internal logs and events.
Read from the ring buffers, the default trace
the system health extended event session
A SQL Agent dashboard gives a one-stop view of the job system, job success/failure and Agent log. One click to a graphical timeline of job history
View all recent deadlocks and drill down for their exact cause. See the resources involved and the SQL that was running at the time
With all this information available in one place there is no doubt that your own effectiveness and visibility as a DBA will improve, and give you increased confidence in the health, stability and performance of your SQL Servers.