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You can now fine-tune your alerting through PowerShell. You can generate authentication tokens from within SQL Monitor and there are a range of example scripts available to help get you started.
A new section on the server overview screen shows you who in your organization has access to that server at each access level. You can get a summary count of users at each level, and then drill down to see details.
Estate management lets you monitor your estate across four new views: Installed Versions, Disk Usage, Backups, and SQL Agent Jobs. Found under the Estate tab, each provides a new way to track important metrics across large or growing estates without eating away at your time or the quality of your monitoring. Read more.
With full support for Azure SQL Databases, Microsoft's DBPaaS (Platform as a Service) solution, SQL Monitor comes with 14 new alerts and 36 new metrics for Azure SQL Databases out of the box, alongside custom metrics support for your more specific needs. Read more.
Set up filters within alert settings to determine which alerts will or won’t be raised during maintenance windows.
Integrate and manage SQL Monitor alerts with your preferred ticket management system using webhooks.
The history of waits will be visualized in a graph that displays the time waits occurred, how long the wait was, and what the type of wait it is.
Dedicated metrics specific to servers hosted on VMWare displayed on the overview page.
Dive into memory usage information and see what is impacting performance from the server overview page.
Use our API and PowerShell to create custom annotations on the server overview graphs to help see what's impacted performance.
Choose to connect using WinRM to reduce ports required and improve security.
Access training, community, support and documentation right in SQL Monitor with a new support menu.
Brand new alerts to help you with auditing requests and performance of CSVs.
Schedule a regular summary report of your alerts at intervals defined by you.
Allow common alerts to automatically take action to fix problems, rather than wait for them to be fixed manually.
Dedicated monitoring with metrics specific to Azure Managed Instances, Amazon RDS, SQL Server on Linux and more.
This course takes you from installation and configuration, all the way up to getting the most out of the advanced features in SQL Monitor to help you proactively monitor your SQL Server estate. Learn how to explore in-depth issues in your environment, run an analysis, manage alerts, create custom metrics, and more.Get started
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