With the release of SQL Sentry Essentials, SentryOne partners can now offer a powerful database performance monitoring solution for customers who need to monitor 5 or fewer SQL Server instances.
SentryOne SQL Sentry Essentials, a new SQL Sentry edition that provides essential performance monitoring for up to 5 database instances, including SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Windows, is now available. Kevin Kline provides a breakdown of the product's features, who it's ideal for, and how to purchase it.
Kevin Kline shares the Q&A from our recent webinar, "The Top 4 Data Technology Trends Every DBA Should Know About in 2019," as well as resources that provide a deeper dive into some of the trends covered.
Justin Randall shows how to write a custom query to mine performance counters over a trailing number of days from the SentryOne database.
Glenn Berry provides some details about how compatibility levels and the cardinality estimator have changed over the years, and why modern versions of SQL Server continue to be the better option.
Aaron Bertrand introduces Scalar UDF Inlining, a long-awaited feature in SQL Server 2019 that will improve the performance of some workloads.
Guest author Sander Stad walks through PSDatabaseClone, a Powershell alternative to provisioning copies of databases through restore or scripting.
SentryOne Product Manager Andy Mallon introduces SQL Sentry Essentials, a new edition of our flagship monitoring platform that's the right size and the right price for database environments of up to 5 targets.
Glenn Berry talks about the blazing speeds of the latest Intel Optane gear from Intel, and how they can improve your SQL Server workloads.
Are you currently able to provide your customers with an AI-based approach to storage forecasting? Learn how SentryOne can help you address one of the most difficult data performance challenges for your customers.
Itzik Ben-Gan reviews the logic and performance of user submissions to a reader challenge involving joining between two tables based on closest match.
Erin Stellato shows us how to use the Track Causality session option for more reliable performance troubleshooting with Extended Events.
Aaron Bertrand announces the recipient of his third annual Community Influencer of the Year award.
Jonathan Kehayias shows why it can be beneficial to use the RETURNS NULL ON NULL INPUT option for scalar UDFs.
Aaron Bertrand provides his deck and demos for a GroupBy presentation on SQL Server 2019, and makes up for some serious demo disasters.