Whitepaper: SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server

A User-centric, Collaborative, Holistic Philosophy of Tuning the Application Stack

Presenter: Scott Stone
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Every application, every delivery system, every piece of intermediate hardware and software is ultimately going to be judged by how well it meets the needs of the end-users. This revelation should not surprise anyone. However, it is surprising how many times individual components are tuned and optimized with the assumption that the sum of optimized parts yields a streamlined whole.

It is just easier for teams to only worry about components that they control. Also, it is just easier for groups to ensure that they have a solid case that any problem must be outside of their area. But, that approach rarely works, because dissatisfied end-users blame everybody associated without respect to relative guilt. When issues impact the business, the consequences also frequently are felt by all as well.

All elements of the application stack are inextricably related to each other in how well they serve the end-users together. And the optimum design for each component considered independently can be counter-productive at worst and sub-optimal at best. Consequently, a holistic approach to all related parts of the application stack is necessary. Since different teams and organizations usually control and manage various components of the application stack; a collaborative approach is necessary to achieve the optimization of the whole system rather than the parts.

About Scott Stone

Scott manages IDERA’s database performance management products. He has over twenty years of experience in product management and product marketing in the software and technology industry from small start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. For the past fifteen years, Scott focused on database performance and security products at various companies. Earlier in his career, he was a software engineer in the space and defense industry. Scott holds an MBA from Rice University as well as a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL

SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server helps database administrators to find and fix SQL Server performance problems in physical, virtual, and cloud environments. Unlike its competition, it provides effective scalability, advanced SQL query analysis and optimization, prescriptive analysis with corrective SQL scripts, powerful automated alert responses, broad PowerShell integration, complete customization, and extensive support for current and legacy SQL Server and Windows.

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