Redgate Software recently released the 3rd annual State of Database Monitoring report. This year the report was extended to cover all database platforms.
From developing the new project suddenly most SQL Experts (DBAs and Devs) have to start remote monitoring while working from home.
Today, we are going to see another SQL Server Performance Monitoring Tool – SQLGrease in the same spirit as I have evolved others.
While monitoring might be common practice for keeping databases running smoothly this is often directed at maintenance tasks.
I absolutely love my job using Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check, which has inspired me to write Performance Monitoring Week.
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 SQL Plan Warnings in brief.