Redgate Software is releasing SQL Monitor v7, adding a reporting suite to the SQL Server monitoring tool.
The new feature can instantly generate accurate, informative reports on the performance of SQL Servers using customizable as well as standard metrics, and is a direct response to the increasing need for Database Administrators (DBAs) to provide a range of reports across their entire SQL Server estate.
To address the issue, the new reporting suite in SQL Monitor comes with a set of metrics that identify common problem areas across a SQL Server estate, and users can also produce customized reports with metrics from specific servers or instances they want to track.
Once created, the reports are available to view online or download as a PDF, and can be automatically emailed on a scheduled basis.
“Getting detailed information from SQL Server can be a real problem,” said Mark Champion, Redgate product marketing manager. “The new SQL Monitor reporting suite means reports can be produced instantly and shared among the team or senior management. It makes the life of a busy DBA a whole lot easier and gives better visibility to the valuable work they’re doing.”
For more information about this update, visit www.red-gate.com.