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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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SQL Monitor v11.1 now supports Azure SQL Managed Instances

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Migration to the cloud and PaaS solutions has accelerated in the past years, and many organizations now manage hybrid estates. To reflect this, the latest release of SQL Monitor adds Azure SQL Managed Instances to its list of supported cloud platforms. This article explains how to monitor performance and activity for Azure SQL Managed Instances using SQL Monitor, with advice on monitoring hybrid estates and migrating from on-prem to Azure SQL Managed Instance.

2021-04-15

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