The world’s most popular tool for monitoring your SQL Server estate
Get an estate-wide overview with fast deep-dive analysis
- Overview – A single pane of glass for your entire SQL Server estate
- Scalable – Monitoring that grows and adapts with your estate
- Diagnosis – Find root causes in seconds
- Performance – Know what has the biggest impact and make improvements
- Alerting – Immediate alerts tailored to your needs
SQL Monitor can manage your entire SQL Server estate, with instant problem diagnosis, intelligent and customizable altering, and a single pane of glass that keeps pace with your growth.
Whether your databases are hosted on premises, in the cloud or a mixture of both, you can be sure you can always have the answers to the health of your estate, and proactively find potential problems before they impact your users.
Keep pace with expanding estates
Regardless of whether your servers are hosted locally, on Virtual Machines, on Microsoft Azure or on Amazon EC2, you can see them all in one place.
As your estate grows you can bulk add servers, or automatically discover them through our API. Plus get a whole host of estate-wide management tools including an overview of your installed versions and patches, disk usage statistics, backups, and SQL Agent jobs status.
The right data at your fingertips
Know instantly the status of all your servers and databases, and drill down to issues so you can take action immediately.
Cut your daily checks to minutes with a single pane of glass that shows you the status and key metrics for all your servers in one place, and get notified of problems through customizable alerts tailored to your SQL Server environment.
Unrivalled support and community
With Redgate you get all the resources you need to get up and running quickly.
From top-rated, dedicated support via email and phon, to our thriving forums of SQL Server professionals, you will get answers to your questions fast. Plus, we have learning resources such as Redgate University, product learning articles, webinars and our community websites Simple Talk and SQL Server Central, all available to help you expand your skills and knowledge.