Tag : data mining - SentryOne Team Blog

Tag: data mining

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!

Data Mining the 2017 Data Professional Salary Survey

Data Mining the 2017 Data Professional Salary Survey

Demonstrating data mining, Lori Edwards takes a look at some decision trees against the data collected from Brent Ozar's Data Professional Survey.

Pulling Top SQL from the SQL Sentry database

@AaronBertrand shows how to pull Top SQL data from the SQL Sentry database, in case you don't have client access or have more grueling and complex filters.

Validating network blips using SQL Sentry data

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) shows a few tricks for visualizing and comparing "service offline" alerts to help validate and troubleshoot network blips.

Mining Performance Data from SQL Sentry : Part 6

Continuing his series on mining performance data from the SQL Sentry database, Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) shows us how to use dynamic PIVOT to aggregate data.

Mining Performance Data from SQL Sentry : Part 5

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) takes his series on mining performance data to the next level, explaining how to derive current and historical performance data.

Mining Performance Data from SQL Sentry : Part 4

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) continues his series on mining performance data with a post about obtaining file and VLF information from the SQL Sentry database.

Mining Performance Data from SQL Sentry : Part 3

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) adds to his series on mining performance data from the SQL Sentry database, this time showing how to get information about disks.

Mining Performance Data from SQL Sentry : Part 2

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) continues his series aiming to help you derive additional information by mining performance data from the SQL Sentry database.

Mining Performance Data from SQL Sentry : Part 1

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) starts a series of posts to help you derive additional information by mining performance data from the SQL Sentry database.