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Using the SQL Monitor Estate Pages

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Kathi Kellenberger introduces the new Estate monitoring pages in SQL Monitor 9, and explains how they will help DBAs monitor and safeguard the security, stability and availability of all servers in their care.

2019-04-18 (first published: )

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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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Extended Events Workbench

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The Extended Events (or XEvents) feature has been part of SQL Server since 2008, but many database professionals struggle to get started using it. In this article, Phil Factor demonstrates several useful Extended Event sessions that measure just one thing in each. He then provides the code necessary to parse the resulting XML into something you can use.

2018-10-29

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SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting with SQL Monitor 5

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Any SQL Server monitoring tool must gather the metrics that will allow a DBA to diagnose CPU, memory or I/O issues on their SQL Servers. It should also provide a set of accurate, reliable, configurable alerts that will inform the DBA of any abnormal or undesirable conditions and properties, as well as specific errors, on any of the monitored servers. This article provides an in-depth guide to the monitoring and alerting functionality available in one such tool, Redgate SQL Monitor. It focuses on the latest edition (5.0), which includes several key new features, such as performance diagnosis using wait statistics, the ability to compare to baselines, and more.

2016-02-29

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