Unless you are living under rocks, you would have heard the word DevOps. I am sure you many of you are working on the DevOps as well.
Today I begin a week-long series where I will be discussing various SQL Server Monitoring Tools. My primary job is to help people with my consulting workshop Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. While I help the customer with their various SQL Server performance issues, I often see my customers struggle with the monitoring their SQL Server’s health. One of the primary discussion at the end of consultation which we do is what tool is the best for their environment and how it can prevent them to walk into another trouble. Today we will talk about Spotlight Cloud in brief.
Every time we talk about deadlock, you will see DBA frowning on this topic. DBA believes that Developers are creating the deadlocks and developers believe that DBA’s should be taking care of the deadlocks. Essentially, it is such a subject which requires DBA and Developers to work together to resolve the issue.
The biggest challenge as any technologies is that while you are getting super specialist at what you do, the world around you move so much ahead that when you look outside your windows you feel that you are expert at the technology which is actually history. This is indeed true in the world of changing trends and technology.
As February starts, just thought of dropping a note to let you know where you can find me in the upcoming months. Do scroll down all the way to read the change in offering in SQL Server Performance Tuning Workshop.
Ask any DBA what is their dream infrastructure and I promise you that they will narrate immediately a story which will be centered around no downtime and amazing performance. However, when you ask them if they know what exactly will make them happy as well as run their business most efficient, why are they not going for it? The usual answer is budget. If we ask DBA to presume there is an infinite budget the next answer is Good Tool. In this blog post, we will discuss how we can replicate data from Oracle to Kafka and efficiently and quickly.
Ask any DBA what would they love to monitor in their SQL Server and I promise you that you will get quite many different answers to this question. Though every DBA would love to see their server always up upon asked what exactly they would like to watch you will see different answers to the popular question. I have previously blogged about it over here: Solve 3 Biggest SQL Server Performance Challenges with Spotlight. Today, you can download Spotlight and Win Apple Watch Series 4.