Check out the new Tableau Report Pack for SentryOne Monitoring, a free set of reports that you can use in Tableau Desktop or deploy to Tableau Server to visualize, present, and distribute information from SentryOne to your business users.
Andy Yun writes about one of his upcoming sessions for SQLBits and encourages everyone to take the time to find and clean up their low use indexes. For SentryOne users, Andy offers up sp_FindLowUseIndexesS1 to help you identify nonclustered indexes that are under used or not used at all.
John Martin describes how to automate your SQL Server Performance Reporting with SQL Sentry and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Report Subscriptions.
SQL Sentry has an array of built-in reports that provide insight on the performance of your environment. Here John looks at deploying these to SSRS server.
Mike Wood (@mikewo) explains how customers using SQL Sentry Cloud can take advantage of Report Subscriptions to automate report delivery.
Rick Pittser talks about our latest product development, a SQL Sentry Content Pack for Microsoft Power BI, to be launched in June.