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Servers with memory pressure are a nuisance – be they badly specified or misconfigured. Either way, they’re not performing properly. But the question is how often and how long are they affected? How to Identify For Memory Pressure Query from … Continue reading →
We have an environment built out of SQL Servers installed on Azure Virtual Machines. We want to use Redgate’s SQL Monitor to monitor this environment; however, as of version 4.x it wasn’t completely supported on the Azure platform. Mainly, I … Continue reading →
Another day, another batch of servers to build and add to those being monitored in Redgate’s SQL Server monitor. Reminder – these servers are being built in a consistent process, using a brace of PowerShell / azure scripts and a … Continue reading →