Maximize SQL Server monitoring with custom metrics

SQL Monitor is a performance monitoring and alerting tool for
SQL Server, with a web-based UI. It’s custom metrics feature lets you run T-SQL queries against SQL Servers to collect specific data. But what if you don’t want to write your own queries? No problem. Red Gate has brought together a range of quality custom metrics for you to use in SQL Monitor.

Find

  • Browse popular metric categories or search for keywords or authors
  • Discover new and useful ways to monitor your SQL Servers
  • Decide quickly which metrics will broaden your monitoring range

Use

  • Automatically install a metric in your version of SQL Monitor
  • Tune settings specific to your environment by following our guidelines
  • Start collecting, analyzing and alerting on data right away

Share

Table size (MB)

by
VN:RO [1.9.17_1161]

This metric is useful if you want to know exactly how much physical space a particular table is taking up, including the size of its indexes. Read more

Server principals with default database offline

by
VN:RO [1.9.17_1161]

This metric monitors whether a server principal’s default database is offline. When you create a SQL Server server principal (formerly referred to as a server login) it has a default database setting that is used to assist in a connection request when no database is specified. Read more