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Category: SQL Sentry

Seeing Memory Pressure Affect SQL Server Performance in SentryOne

Seeing Memory Pressure Affect SQL Server Performance in SentryOne

We all know (or should know) that SQL Server wants a lot of memory – in fact, it wants all of it. The more memory you allocate to SQL Server, the better the performance of the server (in general.) So it's important to know when you have memory pressure, whether it comes from internal or

SentryOne Partner Spotlight: UpSearch

SentryOne Partner Spotlight: UpSearch

The SentryOne Global Partner Network is pleased to highlight UpSearch, our Partner Spotlight for this month. UpSearch is a company of data platform and analytics experts who exclusively support Microsoft’s technologies. As a Managed Microsoft Gold Partner (top 1%), UpSearch provides full lifecycle support for SQL Server, SQL Server in Azure (IaaS), Azure SQL DB

T-SQL Tuesday #99 – My favorite Aaron Bertrand (T-SQL) rant

T-SQL Tuesday #99 – My favorite Aaron Bertrand (T-SQL) rant

Lori Edwards, SentryOne Training Manager, writes about one of her favorite T-SQL rants in this T-SQL Tuesday #99 blog post.

T-SQL Tuesday #99 : Performing is my Passion

T-SQL Tuesday #99 : Performing is my Passion

Allen White, MS-MVP and SentryOne Senior Technical Training Specialist, writes about his passion for performing for T-SQL Tuesday #99.

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.

When Troubleshooting Performance Start with the Big Picture

When Troubleshooting Performance Start with the Big Picture

Allen White blogs about one of the great benefits of SQL Sentry: it presents you with an overall picture of the server's performance, allowing you to see what's going on as a whole, and then allowing you to drill into the areas that may be of concern.

SQL Saturdays are for Learning

SQL Saturdays are for Learning

Allen White, Microsoft MVP and SentryOne Senior Technical Training Specialist, explores different avenues for learning at SQL Saturday events.

Data Pro, What's Your Groundhog Day Flashback?

Data Pro, What's Your Groundhog Day Flashback?

Kevin Kline asks data pros what their Groundhog Day moments are.

SQL Server Performance Tuning Tips

SentryOne experts share their top SQL Server Performance Tuning Tips.

Customer Success: Moving from Zendesk to the Salesforce Cloud

Customer Success: Moving from Zendesk to the Salesforce Cloud

SentryOne interns Curtrina Howell and Paul Margiotis tackle a Customer Success project that required recreating the Zendesk support system in Salesforce to provide a richer way of handling cases and better unify the team with other departments.

New Year's Resolutions: Tips to Improve Your SQL Servers' Health in 2018

Have you made any New Year's Resolutions? Well, SentryOne would like to encourage you to resolve to improve your SQL Servers' health. To motivate you, we are running a Server Health Challenge with weekly participation prizes! And to help you out, I'd like to share some tips to improve the health of your SQL Servers.

Manipulating Runtime Thresholds with Object Groups

Manipulating Runtime Thresholds with Object Groups

Devon Leann Ramirez highlights how to set up and work with Object Groups in SentryOne.

2 Minute Tuesdays

Lori Edwards introduces "2 Minute Tuesdays," a timed series of short, consumable bits of information to assist our customers in getting the best value out of our products.

Tech Outbound 2018 – I'm on a Boat!

Tech Outbound 2018 – I'm on a Boat!

Product Manager and MVP John Q. Martin talks about Tech Outbound (formerly SQL Cruise) and how it takes a unique approach to delivering training.

SentryOne : Multiple Baselines & Power BI

SentryOne : Multiple Baselines & Power BI

Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaoi) demonstrates comparing multiple baselines from SentryOne through Power BI for performance testing & more!