How SQL Monitor can benefit your business. SQL Monitor How can it benefit your business?. SQL Monitor is a SQL Server performance monitoring tool. It’s lightweight It shows real-time information about servers It quickly alerts the database administrator to problems
SQL Monitor is a SQL Server performance monitoring tool.
Using SQL Monitor to help conduct and maintain regular system checks can:
“SQL Monitor saves me a couple of hours a day, at least. If it’s a really bad day, it probably saves me six hours.”
Robbie Baxter, SQL Server DBA, Interactive Intelligence
With the Analysis graph in SQL Monitor:
“A few weeks ago I noticed that the I/O on one of my production servers was much higher than normal. Using SQL Monitor I was very quickly able to determine the cause of the problem. Without SQL Monitor I might not have noticed the problem for several more hours.”
David Smithey, SQL Server DBA, Curves International
View data growth and performance metrics over time to:
“SQL Monitor allows me to easily present information. This means we can use the tool to help with capacity planning and to work across the whole organization to make proactive changes to the system.”
Aaron Kolysko, SQL Server DBA, Monsoon Commerce
No matter how complex your system:
“I want to know if there is a spike [in blog comments], as nine times out of ten, it means a spammer has hit the site and I have some scrubbing of content to do... Custom Alerts continuously delivers these numbers to me, meaning I can spend less time running queries and more time building features.”
Geeks with Blogs
SQL Monitor’s web-based interface is accessible from mobile devices and desktop machines. No matter where they are, team members can:
…all before users notice.
“SQL Monitor allows me to monitor my systems and respond to issues on a plethora of devices. I have been informed of issues while in church, late at night as I go to bed, on my phone while driving somewhere, and other random places.”
TJay Belt, Database Administrator
SQL Monitor brings real business benefits, to real people.