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Easily manage SQL Server licensing with SQL Monitor 10.1

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SQL Monitor 10.1 now gives you a comprehensive overview of your SQL Server licensing, so you know which licenses are in use, and which versions are on which servers. This simplifies license auditing and lets you unearth misconfigurations that could potentially cost you money. The new version also integrates with Microsoft Teams and Splunk, and supports complex Active Directory environments.

2020-07-02

Help us define the state of SQL Server monitoring in 2019

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Last year we ran the industry’s first ever state of SQL Server monitoring survey, the results not only gave great insight for the community but helped us shape our product development to ensure we were meeting the needs that you were asking for. So what has changed in a year? Tell us for your chance to win a $250 Amazon voucher.

2019-04-03 (first published: )

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Have your say on the state of SQL Server monitoring

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In this blog, we review the key insights from last year’s State of SQL Server Monitoring report. One year on, how has this changed? Read the blog to find out how you can help us define the state of 2019 plus a chance to win a $250 Amazon voucher.

2019-04-02 (first published: )

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