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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.

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.

Reaching for the cloud with SentryOne & Managed Instance

Reaching for the cloud with SentryOne & Managed Instance

John Martin announces the latest release of the SentryOne platform, which includes support for Azure SQL Database Managed Instance.

Customize SentryOne Message Text

Customize SentryOne Message Text

Customize your alert messages in SentryOne so you can send those messages to help-desk ticket or other management systems.

SentryOne Advisory Conditions for Monitoring SSAS Performance

SentryOne Advisory Conditions for Monitoring SSAS Performance

Steve Wright (@SQL_Steve) explains a hefty set of Advisory Conditions you can add to SentryOne to help you monitor, diagnose, and optimize SSAS performance.

The Feature Matrix and Other Tall Tales

The Feature Matrix and Other Tall Tales

Richard Douglas continues his series on evaluating monitoring tools; in this post, he explains why the feature matrix is a modern fairy tale.

How to Successfully Evaluate a Monitoring Tool

Richard Douglas provides tips and tricks and talks about all the steps you should take to successfully evaluate monitoring software.

10 Critical Signs You Need SQL Server Monitoring

Richard Douglas (@SQLRich) Shares 10 Critical Signs You Need SQL Server Monitoring. Read on to see if these resonate with you!

Enabling verbal alerting through SQL Sentry

Richard Douglas (@SQLRich) shows how to extend SQL Sentry alerting, using Microsoft Office to verbally warn you about threats to your SQL Server environment.

Monitoring for Suspect Pages

Help identify potential database corruption sooner rather than later by monitoring for suspect pages in your SQL Server databases.

SQL Saturday #434 Holland – Slides

John Martin (@SQLDiplomat) talks about his session at the recent SQL Saturday event in Utrecht, Holland, and shares his slide deck from the session.