Some of your load may be on the Platform as a Service, RDS, but some may be in AWS VMs. Either way, SQL Monitor has the knowledge and metrics you need to keep a close eye on the behavior of your systems in order to better protect your information.
|Hybrid Monitoring – Your local instances and AWS RDS databases in a single pane of glass|
SQL Monitor works with your SQL Server data, wherever that data exists, from local instances to AWS RDS and AWS virtual machines. You can keep an eye on your estate, regardless of where the data is.
|Wait Statistics – Understand and identify performance bottlenecks in AWS RDS|
With SQL Monitor you get all the wait statistics from your databases in combination with query performance statistics so that you can address your AWS RDS performance issues as needed. Being able to fix performance issues helps reduce the overhead of operating in the cloud.
|A Familiar Approach – Your local instances, virtual machines and AWS RDS databases display the same information|
Because SQL Monitor shows you a common view into wait statistics, I/O, CPU, query behaviors and more, you can validate that the performance on your local instances is the same or better than your performance within AWS RDS. This functionality makes the process of moving into AWS easier, and also makes the results of that move more likely to be successful.
|Alerting – Common information about your AWS RDS databases and SQL Server instances|
A deadlock is an issue whether you’re on AWS RDS or on a local server. The built-in alerting in SQL Monitor will help you immediately respond to issues, whether you are on-premises, in the cloud, or both.