SentryOne Team Blog (blogs.sentryone.com)

Category : Event Calendar

Event Log Management Tools in SentryOne

Event Log Management Tools in SentryOne

Melissa Connors (MelikaNoKaOi) walks through some key features of the event log management tools in SentryOne for Windows Event Logs as well as SQL Server.

Have You Been Using Runtime Statistics?

Patrick Kelley marks his debut on the SQL Sentry team blog with a deep dive into an often-overlooked feature, Runtime Statistics.

Event Chains in the Event Calendar

Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) discusses Event Chains, a feature in SQL Sentry Event Manager allowing for meaningful workflow around jobs and scheduled tasks.

Visualizing Jobs (and more!) in Event Manager

Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) walks through some interesting details about the calendar view in SQL Sentry Event Manager, including creating Custom Event Views.

Welcome to the Azure Marketplace

Mike Wood (@mikewo) introduces our first offering in the Azure Marketplace: a VM with SQL Sentry Performance Advisor, Event Manager, and Fragmentation Manager.

SQL Sentry v10 : Introducing Support for Azure SQL Database

With the release of SQL Sentry v10, Mike Wood (@mikewo) gives a quick rundown of Performance Advisor for Azure SQL Database.

#TipTuesday Contest

From now until March 14th, you can win a $250 Visa gift card just by tweeting your tips about SQL Sentry software. Rick Pittser explains #TipTuesday…

Preview Support for SQL Server 2016

With the latest build of SQL Sentry software, v9.0.36.0, you will now be able to watch SQL Server 2016 instances. Read on for more details…

SQL Sentry v9.0 : Monitoring APS and Azure SQL Data Warehouse

David Benoit gives a high-level overview of new monitoring capabilities in SQL Sentry v9.0 : APS and Azure SQL Data Warehouse.

T-SQL Tuesday #66 – Monitoring

Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) contributes to this month's T-SQL Tuesday, advising us to focus on alerts that matter, and save the rest for reporting.

SQL Server Monitoring – Getting it Right

Justin Randall (@jh_randall) talks about some of the core principles you should adhere to when building or considering tools for SQL Server monitoring.

My Favorite SQL Sentry v8.4 Features: #1 – Dashboard Custom Wait Categories

Justin Randall (@jh_randall) talks about one of his favorite new features of SQL Sentry v8.4 : Custom Wait Categories on the Performance Advisor Dashboard.

Connecting SQL Sentry to a Different Domain

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) shows how to use the RunAs command to connect the SQL Sentry Client, Plan Explorer, or SSMS to a database in another domain.

Validating network blips using SQL Sentry data

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) shows a few tricks for visualizing and comparing "service offline" alerts to help validate and troubleshoot network blips.