Each year, Redgate runs a survey to ask the folks at companies, from DBAs and Devs to CIOs, about how they monitor SQL Server. Those insights help us understand how we can make SQL Monitor more valuable to DBAs – or anyone responsible for the “care and feeding” of a SQL Server.
The Estate Management features, available with v9, were developed based on feedback from customers like you. Giving you a way to see where you need to spend your time each day and helping you take care of small issues before they become big ones are some of the benefits you’ll see with SQL Monitor.
If you would like a copy of last year’s report, you can find it here. I do hope that you will participate in the 2019 survey which closes on April 5th. It’s a short survey that should take you less than 10 minutes to complete, and you’ll be eligible to win a $250 Amazon Voucher. We would love to hear about the issues you face managing your SQL Server estate, be that one instance or a thousand!