Is your server behaving normally?
SQL Monitor shows you at a glance...
When you see performance spikes in SQL Server, how do you know if you're looking at a problem or something within the range of normal behavior?
Looking at past performance data is often not enough. Ideally, you want a baseline, so you can measure your performance data against what's normal for that specific server.
SQL Monitor calculates and displays baselines for you automatically, using the performance data that it already records.
Without any extra work to gather the data, you can check a baseline for CPU, memory, and whatever else you need on each server.
SQL Monitor takes the latest performance data into account, so you're always looking at real life performance, not a baseline that's tied to a single period in the past.
Investigate problems with pan-and-zoom performance graphs
To spot correlations between performance spikes and see what's going on inside your servers, you can compare multiple metrics on a single performance graph.
The graphs pan and zoom, so you can drag them back and forward in time, or zero-in on hotspots, to get right to the root of performance problems.