SQL Server Performance Monitoring using AppInsight. We’re now in an industry where people always try to reduce manual efforts and implement whatever automation process they can.
SQL Server troubleshooting is not a piece of cake that we can troubleshoot very easily and find a resolution. It may take hours to find whether we actually have an issue with SQL or not.
Especially when we” re dealing with SQL performance issues, there are loads of analyses that we need to perform before reaching any conclusion. How to reduce the time people invest, in this kind of troubleshooting?
SQL Server Performance Monitoring using AppInsight
How to provide support engineers a helping hand to understand the root of the problem within “no time”?
SolarWinds AppInsight provides deep visibility into SQL Server performance for sysadmins, DBAs, and SQL developers. AppInsight for SQL helps you quickly identify and troubleshoot SQL performance problems.
With AppInsight, you have instant visibility into long-running queries and can see actual query details, so you can notify developers of the exact query issue causing the application performance problem.
Visualize database status & capacity, active user connections, SQL Server error logs & SQL agent job status
Find expensive queries by CPU time & average duration
Visualize SQL storage metrics to identify performance issues
Determine the cause of performance issues & get expert advice for issue remediation
In addition to long-running queries, AppInsight for SQL provides information on SQL Server Performance Monitoring using AppInsight/
Database & log file size
Buffer manager statistics
Active user connections
Latches & locks
SQL agent job status
SQL event log message details
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