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SQL Diagnostic Manager allows you to analyze the performance of your monitored SQL Server instances from My Views and from the Dashboard view.

See the general status of all your monitored SQL Server instances

The SQL Diagnostic Manager Today view allows you to view the status of all your monitored SQL Server instances, including a listing of all your active alerts.

Get the configuration properties of all your monitored SQL Server instances

The Server Configuration Properties view allows you to view the important configuration settings for all of your monitored SQL Server instances. While you manage these settings in different areas of SQL Diagnostic Manager, you can see a current list of all of your instances and their properties settings in one view.

Get an overview of a group of SQL Server instances

My Views allows you to monitor either specific groups of SQL Server instances, or all groups. This overview includes monitors that allow you to view several important specifics, see at-a-glance if there are any problems, and drill down to detailed metrics for each component on the SQL Server instance.

Get an overview of a specific SQL Server instance

The Dashboard view provides a graphical representation of the activity on your SQL Server instance. This dashboard allows you to diagnose issues that are inter-related, using quick links to see the associated details and review possible solutions to specific issues.

Interact with the selected SQL Server instance using IDERA Newsfeed

On each server view, you can interact with the selected SQL Server instance by either:

    • Viewing the server profile
    • Posting to the server's wall
    • Following the server

For more information, see the IDERA Newsfeed Help.

Launch SQL Workload Analysis

SQL Diagnostic Manager allows you to launch SQL Workload Analysis in context of your monitored SQL Server instance from both, the desktop client and the IDERA Dashboard.

The icon located on the top-right side of the SQLDM desktop console screen is available when your instance is registered in SQL Workload Analysis as well.  


SQL Diagnostic Manager identifies and resolves SQL Server performance problems before they happen. Learn more > >