Extend SCOM to Optimize SQL Server Performance Management

Quest sponsored on-demand webinar

Webcast Abstract

Systems Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is a Microsoft tool that allows IT professionals to manage and monitor Windows and Linux systems within an Active Directory Farm. More a platform than a specific domain product, SCOM’s core functionality is to provide overall health alerting of Windows servers and Windows Services running on a given server. This allows IT professionals to build and use SCOM for managing the specific topologies within an organization.

And while SCOM is great at telling you whether your server is healthy or not, it doesn’t provide much beyond that. If you want to conduct deep collections that allow for drilling into specific database issues, you need more.

In this webcast, Quest Manager of Database Consulting, Jason Hall, will explore SCOM’s capabilities. He’ll also discuss best practices for monitoring and troubleshooting your SQL Server environment to help you maximize your investment in SCOM.

You’ll learn simple methodologies and tips to:

  • Spend less time customizing SCOM for day-to-day use
  • Address database issues quickly and easily
  • Manage SQL Server performance proactively
  • Troubleshoot SQL Server performance issues - in real time and historically
  • Drill into database health to quickly find the root cause of issues and make corrections

See how to go beyond simple up-down monitoring with predictive performance diagnostics.

Speaker - Jason Hall

Jason Hall is the manager of database consulting at Quest Software, focused on helping train customers on the installation, configuration, and value proposition of Quest Software’s solutions for Database Management and Data Protection. Jason has been at Quest Software for 7 years.

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