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SentryOne Client Services and the Collaborative Approach

SentryOne Client Services and the Collaborative Approach

Suril Jasani explains how the collaborative approach to client services has allowed SentryOne to decrease resolution times, increase engineer productivity and improve customer satisfaction and retention.

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.

What is in Store at SQLBITS 2018? Fundamentals of Azure and Laying the Foundation for GDPR

What is in Store at SQLBITS 2018? Fundamentals of Azure and Laying the Foundation for GDPR

Microsoft MVP John Martin describes some of the sessions in the upcoming SQLBits 2018 confernece – including his pre-conference training session in SQL and Azure.

SQLSaturday #698: Nashville, TN

SQLSaturday #698: Nashville, TN

Although impacted by a winter storm, #SQLSaturday Nashville went forward with some modifications and nimble planning by its organizer. Devon Leann Ramirez, SentryOne Solutions Engineer, shares some key takeaways.

Latest Builds of SQL Server 2012

Latest Builds of SQL Server 2012

SQL Server 2012 is now at its final build: Service Pack 4. See what you should know before deploying and find out what's been in each release over its lifetime.

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. And to help you out, I'd like to share some tips to improve the health of your SQL Servers. Not sure what the Environment Health Overview (EHO) score is? Not to worry, check

Are You a Data Professional? It Pays to Stay Home!

Are You a Data Professional? It Pays to Stay Home!

Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaOi) examines the 2018 Data Professionals Salary Survey Results from Brent Ozar Unlimited. Is there a gender gap? Do remote employees make more money?

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.

Growing New Speakers: Everyone Has a Story To Tell

Growing New Speakers: Everyone Has a Story To Tell

Andy Yun, Microsoft MVP, announces a new professional development session focused on helping SQL Saturday attendees build their first presentation. Entitled "Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Developing Your First Presentation" will be debuted at SQL Saturday Nashville, on January 13, 2018.

Glenn Berry : Hidden Improvements in SQL Server 2012 / 2014

Glenn Berry : Hidden Improvements in SQL Server 2012 / 2014

Glenn Berry explains several manageability and performance improvements relevant to those of you running SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014.

Narrow Your Focus on the Environment Health Overview (EHO)

Narrow Your Focus on the Environment Health Overview (EHO)

Microsoft MVP Allen White shares an Environmental Health Overview trick for a multiple server environment.

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.

2017 : Community Influencer of the Year

2017 : Community Influencer of the Year

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) announces the second recipient of his Community Influencer of the Year award.

Toys for Tots, Holiday Cheer, & Charlotte SQL

Toys for Tots, Holiday Cheer, & Charlotte SQL

Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaOi) recounts the SentryOne Toys for Tots Drive, Holiday Cheer Office Decorating Contest, and attending the Charlotte SQL user group meeting.

Top 7 Things Every DBA Should Do Before They Go On Holiday

MS MVP Kevin Kline walks through two ways to prepare for a peaceful and uninterrupted holiday: technology and process. The former involves things we can do with our databases to make our lives easier while away from the office, while the latter are steps we can take in advanced to reduce the need for our coworkers to call us.