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Tableau Report Pack for SentryOne Monitoring Is Now Available!

Tableau Report Pack for SentryOne Monitoring Is Now Available!

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.

Tim Radney : End of support for SQL Server 2008 & 2008 R2

Tim Radney : End of support for SQL Server 2008 & 2008 R2

Tim Radney talks about some of the things you can do to prepare for the end of extended support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2.

Itzik Ben-Gan : Reader solutions to Special Islands challenge

Itzik Ben-Gan : Reader solutions to Special Islands challenge

Itzik Ben-Gan steps through an interesting reader submission for his "Special Islands" challenge from last month, with some surprising performance implications.

Features and Fixes in SentryOne Plan Explorer 18.5

Features and Fixes in SentryOne Plan Explorer 18.5

On October 9th, we released SentryOne Plan Explorer 18.5, with five features and fixes. Read on for more details.

Introducing the SentryOne Monitoring Mobile App for iOS and Android

Introducing the SentryOne Monitoring Mobile App for iOS and Android

The SentryOne Monitoring Mobile App is now available on iOS and Android mobile devices! Find out how you can get started with the mobile app and customize it to view the database health metrics that are most important to you.

What to do (or not do) about top wait stats

What to do (or not do) about top wait stats

Aaron Bertrand talks about the top 10 wait types we see among SentryOne customers, and what to do when you're experiencing one of them on your own system.

A Million Little Things: Global Baselines

A Million Little Things: Global Baselines

Utilizing global baselines provides a fantastic way of ensuring optimal performance when migrating data from on-premises to the cloud. Learn more about how global baselines can help your business be more proactive.

Managed Instance Webinar Q&A

Managed Instance Webinar Q&A

Check out the Q&A that came out of John Martin and Andy Mallon's webinar "Azure SQL DB Managed Instance: A New Path to the Cloud." They address questions about default collation, debugging, and more.

Building a Bridge to the Cloud for Your Clients with Azure SQL Database Managed Instance

Building a Bridge to the Cloud for Your Clients with Azure SQL Database Managed Instance

SentryOne Partners, meet your clients where they are in their cloud migration journey. Get details on specific use cases for which Azure SQL Database Managed Instance is optimal.

SentryOne Cloud Sync Updates

SentryOne Cloud Sync Updates

Product Manager Christina Burgess describes the latest developments for SentryOne Cloud Sync and invites you to share your feedback to help shape the product's future.

First public preview of SQL Server 2019 : CTP 2.0

First public preview of SQL Server 2019 : CTP 2.0

Today Microsoft announced the first public preview of SQL Server 2019. I've got some exclusive details over at MSSQLTips.com.

Introducing SentryOne Certified Training

Introducing SentryOne Certified Training

We are excited to provide SentryOne users and partners with access to our new, on-demand training program! Learn about all of the features available to you with the SentryOne data performance management platform—take the entire course or view sessions individually based on your needs.

Itzik Ben-Gan : Special Islands

Itzik Ben-Gan : Special Islands

Itzik Ben-Gan explains the mechanics behind some different approaches to solving gaps and islands problems in T-SQL.

T-SQL Tuesday #106 : INSTEAD OF triggers

T-SQL Tuesday #106 : INSTEAD OF triggers

For this month's T-SQL Tuesday, Aaron Bertrand shows that when triggers are necessary, in some cases INSTEAD OF triggers can be better for performance than AFTER triggers.

Migrating from AnswerHub to WordPress : A Tale of 10 Technologies

Migrating from AnswerHub to WordPress : A Tale of 10 Technologies

Aaron Bertrand describes the process of migrating nearly 5,000 posts from the SQLPerformance.com Q&A site on AnswerHub to its new read-only home on WordPress.