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The State of SQL Server Monitoring 2019


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What has Redgate’s latest survey revealed about the state of SQL Server monitoring in 2019?

Join our panel of SQL Server experts as they discuss the key findings of our industry-leading report, that includes insights such as:
• Getting to grips with growing estates
• Issues caused by migrations
• Which tooling is being used
• Staying on top of multiple database systems
• What is the next big challenge facing the industry.

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The State of SQL Server Monitoring 2019

  1. 1. The State of SQL Server Monitoring 2019
  2. 2. Your panel Grant Fritchey Microsoft MVP & PASS President Chris Yates Director of Data and Architecture, Republic Bank Annette Allen Database Architect, University of Exeter Tony Maddonna Microsoft Platform Lead & SQL Server Architect, BMW Manufacturing
  3. 3. 314 Redgaters and counting 19 years old 202,000 customers 2m SQL Server Central and Simple Talk users 91% of the Fortune 100 use our tools 6m website visits each year 1,286 product releases last year 70 Communities sponsored last year About Redgate
  4. 4. Estates continue to grow
  5. 5. Migrations are the biggest challenge for 2019
  6. 6. Organizations are using multiple database systems
  7. 7. Adoption of cloud technologies is increasing
  8. 8. Redgate SQL Monitor is the most popular third-party tool
  9. 9. Learn more Download a free trial of SQL Monitor: Contact us: