SQL Server environments are becoming more and more complex while remaining a critical component of your application architecture. It’s a struggle to keep up with this continual growth. What if you could proactively manage your SQL Server environment by viewing the health of all of your SQL Server instances on a single screen, anytime, anywhere on any device?
You can with Spotlight® on SQL Server Enterprise. Manage your SQL Server environment while also gaining visibility into your operating system – Windows or Linux – and monitor your virtualisation infrastructure as well. Spend less time fighting fires, by accurately diagnosing both real-time, and historical performance issues, and focus on more proactive measures like query tuning.
24×7 SQL Server monitoring and diagnostics
Establish around-the-clock, agentless monitoring from a centralised diagnostic server for a single view across multiple clients, with alarms and notifications when performance deviates from pre-set operating thresholds.
Simplicity without compromise
Install quickly and monitor large environments easily. Template configurations, automated alerts and customisable actions for simple configuration. Intuitive overviews and mobile device support deliver the data you need where and when you need it.
Powerful root cause analysis
Create multiple diagnostic workflows, including detailed wait stat/workload analysis and deadlock detection, with over 70 diagnostic drilldowns. Correctly recognise the symptoms to correctly deal with the root cause of any diagnostic challenge.
Get a complete picture of everything that affects your SQL Server performance including SQL Server itself, the underlying operating system, its VM layer, SQL Azure, high availability, replication and analysis services .
Never miss a beat with playback and mobile
Rewind your dashboards and diagnostic drilldowns to the time an incident occurred and step through it in slow motion. Monitor your SQL Server environment anywhere, anytime and run SQL Server diagnostics directly from your mobile device or web browser.