Does Your SQL Server Have Performance Issues?
Find out with the database health monitor
Database Health Monitor is a powerful performance monitoring and diagnostics solution that shows administrators server health, performance or availability problems within their SQL Server environment, all from a central console.
Helping Administrators Perform Monitoring Faster
From the historic wait stats monitoring the instance level reports that give a quick overview of your SQL Server, the Database Health Monitor helps you monitor and quickly understand the health of your database. The performance monitoring is built for people with one or hundreds of SQL Servers to quickly check on the status, find problems, and to remedy those problems.
Save time database tuning with the Database Health Reports
Database overview including backups, disk space, duplicate indexes, index fragmentation, long running queries, one time use queries, plan cache, queries needing params, statistics, stored procs with the most logical writes, and unused indexes.
The Database Health Monitor is a free tool for you to use to monitor your SQL Server environments. There is no limit to the number of servers you can monitor. Download Now
What’s in the tool?
Database Health Monitor is a tool built by Steve Stedman to help SQL Server administrators find the performance issues or bottlenecks on SQL Server. The tool started as a way to help gather metrics for our own environments in 2010 and we have added to it and ensure it continues to work in the latest versions of SQL Server. The tool is now available for free.
We know you will benefit from using this tool to monitor your environments. If this works for you and helps, great! If you would be so kind and tell others about, you have our thanks.
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If you need help, we offer a performance evaluation to review the results of the Database Health Monitor. The review process can be as simple as a few hours or we can dig in and provide database tuning for your system. If you think you want to work with us, simply schedule a short meeting–normally 30 minutes, to review what you have in mind.