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Monitoring your servers and databases with SCOM and SQL Monitor

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SCOM is good at monitoring the status of your servers. SQL Monitor give you a detailed view of your SQL Server instances, and databases, right across your network, however they are hosted. By using tools appropriately, for the tasks they do well, you benefit from a simpler and more comprehensive overall strategy.

2019-05-14

How monitoring can help keep your SQL Server estate secure

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Using broad SQL Server monitoring can instantly alert you to unusual activity or patterns across your entire estate, letting you can act fast to resolve problems and keep your systems online, secure, and compliant. Read our new SQL Server security white paper today and start using your monitoring to its fullest.

2019-04-05

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