Monitoring

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Monitoring Azure SQL Databases

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There are many reasons you should monitor your databases, including avoiding performance problems or running out of disk space. Ideally, you want a scalable monitoring solution where you can monitor all your SQL databases in one single place. This article will describe two options that are available: Azure SQL Analytics and Azure SQL Insights. Both […]

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2022-03-18

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Knowing When to Respond

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I ran into this quote on the Microsoft Learn site, which I thought was a great way to think about how to administer a system: "Without a baseline, every issue encountered could be considered normal and therefore not require any additional intervention." When I've had users file tickets or complain about things not working well, […]

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