Database administrators for SQL Server need to maintain the high availability and performance of their databases. Key areas that dramatically affect the performance of SQL Server are indexes that are fragmented and out of cluster. SQL Defrag Manager is a unique solution for defragmenting indexes for SQL Server. It automates the time-consuming process of finding fragmented indexes based on policies for the targeted databases. Automate the identification of index fragmentation hot spots. Defragment on-demand and via schedules. Receive email notifications for policy and resource check exceptions. Use a centralized dashboard and detailed reporting.
Problematic SQL queries can severely reduce the performance of SQL Server and the business-critical applications that it supports. With the SQL Workload Analysis add-on, continuously monitor and analyze server workload, leverage the simple user interface that focuses on wait states and application performance, and troubleshoot problematic SQL code from changes made to database applications. Perform real-time analysis with continuous SQL sampling intervals. Know instantly where databases are spending time. Quickly isolate slow SQL statements and drill down for actionable advice. Investigate historical query plan trends. Utilize automatic recommendations to improve query performance.
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