Tag Archives: monitoring

The Complexity of Metrics

Monitoring your SQL Server instances is important to ensure you can meet your SLAs. Availability, performance, reliability, quality, whatever you care about, it’s important that whoever is responsible is looking at how the database is performing. At Redgate, we have … Continue reading

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New Tagging in SQL Monitor to Keep Organized

I recently got an update from the SQL Monitor PM on the progress we’ve made across all the teams. We have a number focusing on different aspects of the product, and they’ve built an impressive produce over the years. I … Continue reading

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Knowing When to Respond

I ran into this quote on the Microsoft Learn site, which I thought was a great way to think about how to administer a system: “Without a baseline, every issue encountered could be considered normal and therefore not require any … Continue reading

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Data and DevOps Predictions for 2022

All the Advocates at Redgate (Kathi, Grant, myself) got asked about some of the future predictions we might have, based on some of the data from The 2021 State of Database DevOps and The 2021 State of Database Monitoring. We … Continue reading

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