Track your SQL Server databases and be the first to know about schema changes

  • Get alerts when SQL Server databases drift
  • See a clear audit history of database changes
  • Make sure what you released is still what you're running

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Introduction to DLM Dashboard

DLM Dashboard tracks your database schemas and alerts you when they change.

As a SQL Server user, you want to make sure all your databases are in the right state.

DLM Dashboard monitors up to 50 of your databases, and sends you an email alert as soon as your databases start to drift, or change from their expected state.

On the web dashboard, you can see exactly what changed, who made the changes, and when. You get a full history, with line-by-line differences, and a clear audit trail of your database moving from development to production.


Get alerts when databases drift

Get alerts when SQL Server databases drift

  • Find out about drift as soon as it occurs.
  • Get email notifications when changes happen.
  • Go straight from your email inbox to the dashboard.

Manage user roles and permissions

Assign permissions per user or Active Directory group.

Control who has access to Dashboard, and which actions they can perform.

Set users and permissions
See a history of database changes

See a history of database changes

  • Get a clear audit history of who changed what, and when.
  • See the SQL changes, line-by-line.
  • Familiar SQL Compare formatting.

Use pipelines to visualize your database lifecycle

Automatically group databases with similar schemas into pipelines.

Easily track changes from development through to production.

Apply filters so that you are only alerted to the changes you care about.

Use pipelines to visualize your database lifecycle
Make sure what you released is still what you're running

Make sure what you released is still what you're running

Check if your last release is still what you're running on your server.

See exactly what changed, when it happened and if you need to redeploy with SQL Compare or SQL Change Automation.

How does DLM Dashboard work?

DLM Dashboard detects schema changes on SQL Server instances you want to monitor. If the schema has changed, DLM Dashboard updates the dashboard interface and alerts you.

DLM Dashboard takes a schema snapshot when a database has changed. It compares this snapshot to snapshots of the previous schema states, and records the differences so you can see the changes in the dashboard.

In order to know who made the changes and receive the change notifications quickly, DLM Dashboard uses a DDL trigger on the servers you are monitoring. This DDL trigger adds details of schema changes to a table in database RedGate, and notifies DLM Dashboard in real time.

Part of our Database DevOps solution

Redgate’s Database DevOps solution lets you extend your DevOps practices to SQL Server databases so that you can optimize productivity, agility, and performance across the full database lifecycle and become a truly high performing IT organization.

From safely making a change in development through to monitoring its impact in production, Redgate is with you every step of the way. We give you the tools and insight you need to optimize your development processes, so you can keep your team moving, keep adding value, and keep your data safe.

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