A comprehensive view of server and database performance management


Maintain resource capacity and server health

Maintain resource capacity and server health

When a performance issue occurs, you are proactively alerted about capacity constraints with SQL Server, from overall CPU and memory usage for the physical server and virtual machine to database and volume usage.

To help maintain SQL Server health, you should monitor server health and performance. In addition to alerts for server hardware failures, you can set alerts from baseline data on CPU, memory, and other SQL server performance monitoring metrics.

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Identify blocked SQL queries

Identify blocked SQL queries

One bad query from an application using the SQL database affects the performance of the whole database server itself—not just the individual database belonging to that application. Monitoring for long average lock wait times and expensive queries alerts you to possible issues before the SQL Server itself is brought down by a single query.

Monitoring expensive queries lets you see poorly written queries, queries that take too long to respond, queries affected by CPU time, efficient queries that are delayed by slower queries, etc

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Get notified when DB or log file size cause issues

Get notified when DB or log file size cause issues

Databases grow bigger and bigger every day. Log files increase their size all the time because every transaction in the database is logged there. This is useful during recovery in the event of data loss, but it could be a real bottleneck for your database performance. To help you avoid fragmentation or running out of free space, get all the details about your storage capacity and how SQL databases consume it. Learn More

Learn how other resources affect SQL Server


Learn how other resources affect SQL Server

The application stack management dashboard gives you a view of your environment’s overall performance. This view shows how infrastructure performance affects the application, allowing you to instantly pinpoint the root cause of an issue. For example, if the SQL Server is having a problem, such as high average read latency, it could be due to a storage performance issue. The dashboard view quickly guides you to the related LUN to determine the performance impact on the SQL Server. Learn More Watch the Video
"When we call the vendor, we can now tell them that the stored procedure data index is taking 800 seconds to load. That’s a huge difference in getting the call moved to the right person in the vendor's organization."
Jim Shank
Infrastructure team
Douglas County School District

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