Redgate is giving you the chance to win a three-month subscription to Pluralsight (the technical skills training platform) in this month’s forum competition. To enter, simply share ‘how SQL Compare has helped you’.
Jeremiah Peschka, a tech lead for SQL Monitor development, explains the new SQL Server configuration options available for the data repository, and how enabling them might improve SQL Monitor performance, when reading and writing monitoring data.
We’ve just released SQL Monitor 11.0, and for this latest version we partnered with Amazon AWS to let you monitor SQL Severs hosted on Amazon RDS. You can monitor these alongside your on-premises and other cloud-based servers, instances, and databases, giving you visibility in a single pane of glass. Version 11.0 also introduces new advanced tempdb monitoring metrics, and significant performance improvements.
Phil Factor's "getting started" guide for turning all your trusted and most frequently used queries into SQL code snippets.
Phil Factor answers some questions you've been itching to ask about SQL Prompt, covering ranked code completion suggestions and auto-fixing SQL code smells, and suggesting where in the tool to find other nuggets of hidden treasure.
SQL Monitor v11 introduces native support for SQL Server instances hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Relational Database Service (RDS) platform. In this post we'll explore the metrics you need to keep an eye on with Amazon RDS SQL Server monitoring, how a monitoring tool will help you manage the process of migrating databases to the Amazon cloud, as well as measures its success, and how SQL Monitor allows you to monitor all your SQL Server instances, wherever they are hosted, through a single pane of glass.
Redgate have launched their very own Online SQL Formatter powered by SQL Prompt. Visit the page here to try formatting your SQL code with a few pre-defined styles, or find out how to create and share your own styles with SQL Prompt.
With remote working still encouraged around the world, there is a need to ensure that operations teams have full visibility of your estate, not just your production servers. If your engineering teams have access to secure development and testing servers, deployment issues are caught before they reach production. Find out how to keep communication flowing between DBA and development teams in this free whitepaper. Read the whitepaper here.