SQL Monitoring

Monitoring SQL Server with Splunk and SQL Monitor

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Splunk is a search engine for collecting and analyzing all sorts of "machine data", including log data and metrics for SQL Server. SQL Monitor gives you the detailed diagnostic view of all your SQL Server instances, and databases. If you have Splunk to monitor your applications and server infrastructure, and SQL Monitor to help you understand the behavior of a complex database system such as SQL Server, then you have a powerful and capable monitoring tool set.

2020-01-24

Large estate monitoring at BMW

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Managing 100s of business-critical servers across multiple continents became a struggle for BMW. SQL Monitor provided a fast and powerful solution that allowed them to scale to their business needs. Availability has since increased to 100% and doubled the speed of delivery. Learn how here.

2019-11-21

Make SQL Server monitoring part of your deployment process for 2020

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As we approach 2020, demand for more frequent deployments continues to rise. With this, management of SQL Server availability needs to evolve.

Now’s the time to consider how SQL Server monitoring could improve your deployment performance. In this whitepaper, learn how SQL Server monitoring can help your development and DBA teams work together to remove bottlenecks and enable faster, more reliable deployments.

2019-11-04

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