Idera SQL diagnostic manager Now Offers Deep Insight Into Database Disk Activity

Idera Continues to Enhance Market-Leading Performance Monitoring and Diagnostic Tool

HOUSTON – MARCH 15, 2011 – Idera, a leading provider of Microsoft SQL Server management and administration solutions, today announced SQL diagnostic manager™ 6.6.  This market-leading SQL Server performance monitoring and diagnostics solution minimizes costly server downtime by providing agent-less, real-time monitoring and customizable alerting for fast diagnosis and remediation of SQL Server performance and availability problems.

New and improved features in Idera SQL diagnostic manager 6.6 include:

  • Expand Job Monitoring – Manage your SQL Server jobs more effectively by monitoring additional job completion statuses such as success, retries, as well as complete job step monitoring.
  • Deep Disk I/O analytics - Immediately identify and track which database files are causing the most disk activity to be performed on a particular drive, enabling you to rebalance busy drive workloads.
“SQL Server performance can be severely affected by disk I/O bottlenecks,” said Heather Sullivan, Director of SQL Server Products at Idera. “SQL diagnostic manager now provides the analytics and alerts that enable I/O problems to be quickly identified and remediated.”

Pricing and Availability

Idera SQL diagnostic manager 6.6 is available today at $2,049 per SQL Server instance.    

About Idera
Idera provides tools for Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint and PowerShell management and administration. Our products provide solutions for performance monitoring, backup and recovery, security and auditing and PowerShell scripting. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Idera is a Microsoft Gold Partner and has over 7,000 customers worldwide. To learn more, please contact Idera at +1-713.523.4433 or visit www.idera.com.
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