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How to ensure data reliability, accessibility, and protection by monitoring SQL Server

Requirements for the security and compliance of data have become increasingly stringent. As a result, database administrators are tasked not only with maintaining the availability, health, and performance of databases but also with monitoring and auditing database activities for security and compliance. Such activities include login permissions, database and data access, update actions, schema changes, and configuration changes.

To complement the monitoring of database performance, SQL Compliance Manager provides real-time monitoring, alerting, auditing, and reporting of all database activities related to security and compliance.

Join IDERA’s Tep Chantra to learn how to:

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Tuesday, December 14, 2021
3:00:00 PM EST (New York) | 8:00:00 PM UTC


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Tep Chantra, is a Sales Engineer with IDERA. He is a long-time employee at IDERA and has held various roles, including Technical Support Engineer.

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