Percentage of ad-hoc queries

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This metric will display the percentage of queries on the server that are ad-hoc queries. A high percentage of ad-hoc queries can indicate that an application is running queries that are not properly parameterized. Read more

Query execution reuse

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This metric shows the percentage of query executions that have been able to reuse execution plans. Read more

SELECT Statement executed against Classified table

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Uses Server and database audit to track SELECT statements. First Create a Server audit: [crayon-5dd7d2bc8cbe2521209934/] Then a database specific Audit based on this server audit: (in this case on the Database: WideworldImporters, schema “Sales” and table: “Customers” [crayon-5dd7d2bc8cbe8015527292/] Then setup the custom metric: Read more

Database user added

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This custom metric queries the default trace to find events related to whenever a login is added as a database user to a database. Read more

New Server Login Added

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This custom metric queries the default trace to find events related to creation of new Server Logins Read more

Space used by database objects

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This metric reports the total space used by database files in GB. This includes data files but excludes log files. This lets you track the growth of the databases over time so you can be aware of future space requirements. Alternatively, the following T-SQL can be used for SQL Server 2012 and higher: [crayon-5dd7d2bc8cf2e613964962/] Read more

Non-Microsoft loaded modules

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This metric returns the number of non-Microsoft modules loaded into the SQL Server address space. Having a lot of modules loaded into the address space can cause performance issues in SQL Server. This metric lets you keep an eye on how many modules you have, other than those created by Microsoft. Thanks to Nicolaas Botes for […] Read more