Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) shows two ways to customize the alert emails that are sent in response to Advisory Conditions.
Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) discusses the rebranding of the SQL Sentry platform to SentryOne, and also highlights some of the new features in v11.
CEO Greg Gonzalez details the history of our company and our software, and explains the reasons behind rebranding our software platform to SentryOne.
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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.
Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) provides a detailed overview of the patented Disk Activity tab in SQL Sentry Performance Advisor.
There's a new buzzword on the loose, the data lake. At first glance, a data lake could be easily mistaken for a data warehouse. The two big data concepts have a common focus on analytics and they may, in certain situations, produce roughly equivalent output. But that's about where their similarities end. Learn more about
Alec Pickup describes how to use the email alert filter in SQL Sentry software to conditionally determine when you will get alerted on a condition or event.
George Boakye shows a few of the more common customer issues surrounding SQL Sentry licensing, and explains what you can do to resolve them quickly.
One of our interns, Chris Huff, introduces himself, tells us about his background, and explains what he's been doing so far here at SQL Sentry.
Steve Wright (@SQL_Steve) gives some introductory information about the posts in his 5-part series on Analysis Services performance and SQL Sentry.
Richard Douglas provides his thoughts on the Build vs Buy debate as a DBA monitoring critical Microsoft SQL Server estates.