SQL performance always requires you to have a keen eye for best results. Database servers are critical to businesses or organizations and they need to be highly available. SQL monitoring tool is able to help in the monitoring of MS SQL Servers for performance, availability and monitors all the MS SQL versions including MS SQL 2012 and 2014. One is able to monitor up to two SQL servers simultaneously. The SQL performance tool is able to support both default and named instances

MS SQL Monitoring

  • Monitors CPU, memory and disk space utilization of the SQL servers.
  • Get complete details about SQL server.
  • View general performance and utilization details with color coded alerts.
  • Auto discover SQL server in the network.

SQL Server Monitoring

If you are in need for a way to monitor your SQL server database then you ought to use SQL server monitor, it is able to view the database details in real time for active transactions, database size, log files used, log cache hit radio and transactions per second.

SQL Monitoring Settings

This settings are very useful they set a critical and warning threshold for CPU, memory, disk space, buffer cache hit radio, and free pages, page reads per second, page writes per second and SQL cache memory.

MS SQL Server Reporting and Email

This comes in handy in the protection of one email or an email owned by a particular business or organization. It is important to ensure the emails are well protected for they receive and are used to s end very sensitive and important information that can cause serious harm to the organization or business if they fall into the wrong hands.

One is able to get a snap shot of real-time performance report fetched by the tool in the PDF format and Email your stake-holders from the tool. This way all the sensitive information remain secure.

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