Posts by
Jamie Wallis

5 November 2019

5 November 2019

The value of monitoring at BMW

A while ago, James King of Redgate spoke to Tony Madonna, the Microsoft Platform Lead and SQL Enterprise Architect at BMW about the growing SQL Server estate at the car manufacturer, and how and why monitoring such a large estate is so important.  The conversation was recorded and the video above is on... Read more

14 March 2019

14 March 2019

Have your say on the state of SQL Server monitoring

In 2018 we ran the industry’s first ever state of SQL Server monitoring survey. We received an excellent response from over 600 people in a range of sectors, in organizations of every size across the globe. They provided valuable insights into what they thought the biggest challenges were for them and their estates over... Read more

10 May 2018

10 May 2018

The State of SQL Server Monitoring 2018

Over 600 technology professionals who work in organizations that use SQL Server recently responded to our survey to discover the current state of SQL Server monitoring. We asked people across a range of sectors, in organizations of every size around the globe, about how they monitor SQL Server, the technologies they work with, and... Read more

28 February 2018

28 February 2018

What is the Return on Investment (ROI) of a SQL Server monitoring tool?

The increasing size of SQL Server databases, alongside the growing complexity of SQL Server estates, is making more organizations realize the need for a tool that enables proactive monitoring. Hand-rolled scripts can provide basic information, like wait stats and memory utilization, but that’s often not enough. With the database a key element of business... Read more

15 September 2017

15 September 2017

Product marketing, the Redgate way

On your first day at Redgate you get a packet of Jammie Dodgers. Although I was never told exactly what to do with them, the implied meaning was that they were to help me get to know my colleagues. If I shared them around the office over a cup of coffee, it might help... Read more