Looking for a SQL Performance monitoring tool to help you monitor and troubleshoot SQL Server database performance issues and alert you to problems? With so many options available, choosing the right tool can be tricky.
SentryOne has come up with the perfect solution for DBAs who need a reliable SQL monitoring solution that won't place a strain on a production environment. Our suite of SQL tools is packed with functionality and with the lowest overhead in the industry. Check out why SentryOne is the best choice for your SQL Server environment!
In these SentryOne eBooks, you will find useful, hand-picked articles on high-performance techniques for SQL Server that will help give insight into some of your most vexing performance problems.
These articles were written by several of the SQL Server industry's leading experts, including Aaron Bertrand, Paul White, Paul Randal, Jonathan Kehayias, Erin Stellato, Glenn Berry, and Joe Sack.
Slow queries, virtualized resource contention, deadlocks, bottlenecks, indexes, and too many scheduled events are all things that can cause SQL Server to run slow or have performance issues.
With SentryOne, you'll be able to target SQL performance issues and resolve performance issues.
SQL Sentry's Fragmentation Manager helps you make smarter decisions about defragmenting indexes by showing you how to better manage your fragmentation process.
Learn more about SQL Index Fragmentation and how Fragmentation Manager can help you make better decisions about defragmentation operations.
SentryOne’s Quick Trace™ functionality allows you to run a full SQL Server trace and view all of the pertinent activity on your server. Quick Trace offers easy to read results with lower overhead and minimal impact
Whether you are inquiring about long running or high-impact queries, or even short queries that can run thousands of times over a short time span, Quick Trace can provide an easy to read graphic view of all SQL activity. While it is similar to SQL Profiler trace and Activity Monitor, it is integrated into one easy to use
A SQL deadlock arises when two or more tasks block one another by both having a lock on a resource that the other tasks are attempting to lock. There are a few different resources that can lead to a deadlock, such as locks and memory.
Learn more about how to capture and detect SQL Server deadlocks with SentryOne and resolve them with SentryOne Plan Explorer.
Blocking is inevitable in any relational database platform that uses lock-based concurrency. However, it doesn't have to be difficult to track down and resolve. With SentryOne's block analysis, capture all SQL blocking details based on the configured blocking duration thresholds. You can view blocking chains either in real-time or historically.
SentryOne offers a clear view of SQL Server performance issues to simplify database tuning.
Choosing the right SQL database manager for your environment can be challenging. You want to find a complete solution that will handle all of the unique challenges in your environment. With products that offer a complete DB monitoring solution, the SentryOne Platform and SentryOne Plan Explorer are extremely powerful alone and even more powerful when combined.
Windows event logs are unique files that record important events on your PC. For example, when a user logs into the machine or when an error occurs, it is recorded in the Windows event logs. You can read these logs with Windows Event Viewer.
Event Viewer presents explicit information about important events like programs that should start, but don’t or updates that were not installed as expected on your computer. Learn more about the different types of Windows Event Logs.
SQL reports are necessary for measuring your servers’ performance, finding trends and even gathering baselines to get a complete picture of your environment. The SentryOne Platform makes performance reporting easy and maximizes your valuable time with preformatted SQL Server reports that are available for any metric that SentryOne collects. Learn more about SentryOne reporting.
AlwaysOn Availability Groups are a high-availability and disaster-recovery feature introduced with SQL Server 2012, providing enhancements and abilities over database mirroring. An Availability Group protects a set of user databases, supporting up to eight secondary replicas of the primary database. Learn more about AlwaysOn.