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A key finding from Redgate’s recent State of Database Monitoring Survey of over 2,500 IT professionals was that 79% of respondents reported using either a third-party or in-house monitoring tool. It’s notable because it’s an increase of 10 percentage points from the same survey last year. But when should you use an in-house tool, and when should you take the plunge and invest in a third-party monitoring tool like SQL Monitor?



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