SentryOne Team Blog

SQL Server support for TLS 1.2 – Read This First!

Updated March 2, 2016 – Microsoft has announced support for TLS 1.2 in SQL Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, and 2014. However, there are a few issues right now.

Latest Builds of Management Studio

Latest Builds of Management Studio

Find information about the builds of SQL Server Management Studio in the new release cycle approach; locate previous versions.

GDPR for Managed Service Providers—A Lifestyle Change

GDPR for Managed Service Providers—A Lifestyle Change

The complexity of navigating the latest data privacy regulations represents an opportunity for your business, as a Managed Service Provider (MSP), to add value for your clients by advising them on best practices and implementing optimal solutions in the data systems you manage to ensure compliance.

Itzik Ben-Gan : Understanding log buffer flushes

Itzik Ben-Gan : Understanding log buffer flushes

Itzik Ben-Gan explains log buffer flushes and shows how to use them to help balance performance, transaction size, and durability.

Latest Builds of SQL Server 2016

Latest Builds of SQL Server 2016

See updated downloads, security fixes, release notes, and observed changes for builds of SQL Server 2016.

Storage Forecasting and Machine Learning with SentryOne

Storage Forecasting and Machine Learning with SentryOne

SentryOne Data Scientist Fred Frost shares some of the conceptual details of the development of SentryOne Storage Forecasting. Get a first-hand look at the work that went into making these models useful and trustworthy.

PASS Summit 2018 Day Two Keynote—Two Decades of Data Innovation with Raghu Ramakrishnan

PASS Summit 2018 Day Two Keynote—Two Decades of Data Innovation with Raghu Ramakrishnan

Kevin Kline shares highlights from the PASS Summit 2018 keynote with Raghu Ramakrishnan.

PASS Summit 2018 Day One Keynote—SQL Server and Azure Data Services with Rohan Kumar

PASS Summit 2018 Day One Keynote—SQL Server and Azure Data Services with Rohan Kumar

Kevin Kline shares highlights from Rohan Kumar's PASS Summit 2018 keynote, "SQL Server and Azure Data Services: Harness the future with the ultimate hybrid platform for data and AI."

Introducing Storage Forecasting with SQL Server Machine Learning Services

Introducing Storage Forecasting with SQL Server Machine Learning Services

The newly released SentryOne 18.5 includes the first feature set to utilize advanced analytics and machine learning technology—introducing SentryOne Storage Forecasting. SentryOne Director of Analytics Steve Wright shares how you can access and customize storage capacity forecasts in SentryOne.

Latest Builds of SentryOne Software

Latest Builds of SentryOne Software

Latest builds of the SentryOne platform and Plan Explorer, as well as updated blog posts, downloads, and change lists.

Attend a Microsoft Focus Group at the PASS Summit!

Attend a Microsoft Focus Group at the PASS Summit!

Learn about this HUGE opportunity to influence the Microsoft Data Platform products and services you use daily while attending the PASS Summit!

Guiding Your Clients on the Journey to Amazon RDS for SQL Server

Guiding Your Clients on the Journey to Amazon RDS for SQL Server

SentryOne provides data performance monitoring for Amazon RDS that goes beyond Amazon CloudWatch's capabilities. SentryOne partners, find out how our Amazon RDS monitoring can help you better support your clients' complex hybrid SQL Server environments and cloud migrations.

Fixes in SentryOne Plan Explorer 18.5.1

Fixes in SentryOne Plan Explorer 18.5.1

Product Manager Aaron Bertrand talks about the two improvements in the latest version of SentryOne Plan Explorer, 18.5.1.

Latest Builds of SQL Server 2014

Latest Builds of SQL Server 2014

SQL Server 2014 is now at Service Pack 3, with plenty of enhancements back-ported from recent SQL Server 2016, 2017, and 2019 updates.

Glenn Berry : Three Easy SQL Server Performance Wins

Glenn Berry : Three Easy SQL Server Performance Wins

Glenn Berry goes over three different tactics you can use to squeeze some extra performance out of SQL Server without a lot of heavy lifting.