Monitor SQL Server
SQL Server databases are critical to organizations. Ensure the availability, health, and performance of SQL Server
databases on-premises and in the cloud. Monitor the performance of SQL Server by displaying in real-time the key
performance metrics in a single overview dashboard with a free SQL Server monitoring tool.
- Monitor 20 key performance metrics
- See throughput of varying types
- See “heartbeat” statistics at different intervals
- Up and running in minutes with easy installation wizard
- No agents required
- Connect to cloud and run in cloud (provisional)
Monitor SQL Throughput
Check out what happens in batches, compilations, recompilations, and transactions throughout the SQL Server
environment so you don’t experience any surprises and know where to direct your attention to prevent potential issues.
Monitor SQL Server
Monitor some of the most important metrics in SQL Server including wait stats, reads, writes, session details, and cache hits.
Guided Install via Wizard
Quickly and easily get up and running within minutes using the installation wizard to guide you through the install
Real-Time SQL Server Monitoing
See SQL operations as they occur for the latest information; consider it a heart rate monitor for your SQL Server environment providing instant feedback and results. Customize the refresh rate and amount of historical data for each SQL server.
Agents can impact performance; SQL check does not require an agent installation.
Cloud Server Monitoring
Connect to database instances hosted in the cloud, such as SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machine (VM), Azure SQL Database, SQL Server on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), and SQL Server on Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS).
Run on virtual machines hosted in the cloud, such as Windows on Azure Virtual Machine (VM) and Windows on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
Start monitoring the activity of your SQL Server instances – with a free SQL monitoring tool. Download the completely free tool SQL Check now!
* Profile SQL Server on-premises and in the cloud, and without installing anything on the profiled instances. .