We are pleased to announce the general availability of SQL Diagnostic Manager 10.2.1. Existing users may upgrade to this version through the Idera Customer Portal. New users may download the trial version from the Idera Website. This release includes the following features:
This release adds the capability previously added in SQL Diagnostic Manager 10.2 to the browser interface in IDERA Dashboard.
In addition, a new configurable instance overview summary page with direct drilldown to more detail has been added.
SQL Diagnostic Manager allows you now to launch SQL Workload Analysis in context of your monitored server from the desktop console and the IDERA Dashboard.
SQL Workload Analysis dashboard displays trending database activity and top utilizing SQL statements, logins, machines, and programs.
Launch in context links between SQL Diagnostic Manager and SQL Workload Analysis, both can be launch to the same time range selection in either product.
Simply, click the icon Launch SWA, located in the top right corner of the Desktop Console to be redirected to SWA Dashboard.
The SWA launch icon is available in the SQLDM web console list sub-view.
In both Windows Client and IDERA Dashboard, select any time range on any graph available and zoom in for more detail and isolate that time range as you navigate to other graphs.
To select any time range, follow these steps:
SQL Diagnostic Manager also includes a New History Range Control, located at the top of the Web Console and in the option History Browser in the Desktop Console, both can be modified and be designated a specific start time and date as well as current snapshot.
The same sort of control is available in the IDERA Dashboard as well.
The new overview screen shows combined information from various components of SQL Diagnostic Manager and SQL Workload Analysis in a single overview with launch points to the respective components.
The single instance overview in SQL Diagnostic Manager web interface has a new dynamic overview page, which uses key information from both products (when the instance is monitored by SQLDM and SWA).
The list sub-view in the IDERA Dashboard also has a new display to help users to quickly identify the health status of the monitored instances, to navigate to the single instance dashboard, to quickly detect which instances are registered in SQL Workload Analysis, to have fast access to SWA interface whenever an instance is registered in this product, and to have a faster access to the active alerts and their status.
The new display helps to enable a faster operational and transactional diagnosis.
Questions or comments? Please let us know in the SQL Diagnostic Manager forum.