Solution Brief : Four Important Features of SQL Diagnostic Manager

In many organizations today, SQL Server supports business critical applications where server downtime and poor performance has an immediate impact on business productivity. As a result, ensuring SQL Server performance and availability is arguably the most critical function for database administrators today. SQL Server database administrators need to support with limited resources SQL Server deployments that are always growing. To effectively manage these growing environments, database administrators need reliable, real-time information on the status and health of the entire SQL Server environment, along with diagnostic tools to pinpoint and resolve performance issues quickly.

SQL Diagnostic Manager meets these needs by monitoring the performance of all SQL Servers and providing the most comprehensive diagnostics on the market. It is a robust performance monitoring, alerting and diagnostics solution for SQL Server. It proactively notifies of health, performance, and availability problems via a desktop console, a web console add-on, and mobile device. It minimizes costly server downtime with agent-less, real-time monitoring and customizable alerting for quick diagnosis and remediation. Four important features of SQL Diagnostic Manager are monitoring of the performance of SQL queries, planning of future capacity, monitoring of Always On availability groups, and monitoring of tempdb system databases.

This solution brief discusses how to monitor SQL query performance, plan future capacity, monitor Always On availability groups, and monitor tempdb system databases.

Presenter: IDERA
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