Fragmentation Manager helps you make good decisions about how and when to defragment. You can easily set up an environment-wide schedule to automate index analysis and defragmentation operations, while allowing the flexibility to customize the schedule and other specific instances, databases, tables, and even individual indexes. Fragmentation Manager will also allow you to perform index defragmentation faster than ever before via support for multiple concurrent operations.
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Quickly and easily set up automated defrag schedules across your environment via point-and-click and drag-and-drop. You can set specific schedules for different servers and databases, down to the individual table or index level as needed and use different schedules for very large indexes that need to be analyzed and defragged separately. You can also selectively defrag only the max partition or all others because Fragmentation Manager offers full support for partitioning sliding window scenarios.
Fragmentation Reports display index-related statics, from the computer level down to the individual index level, which allows you to quickly identify trends and diagnose problems. They also display the state of fragmentation on a server and help you make good decisions about how and when to defrag your indexes, adjust fill factors, or even change index definitions. There are also multiple charts, which show used and wasted space, for both disk and buffer, at the table and index level.
By allowing more than one concurrent defrag operation, Fragmentation Manager can dramatically speed up your defrag process, thereby reducing the maintenance window required for defrag. With the Performance Advisor dashboard and Disk Activity view, you can easily assess the performance impact of increasing concurrent defrag operations.
With SQL Sentry Fragmentation Manager, it is easy to set up an environment-wide schedule to automate defragmentation operations, while allowing the flexibility to customize the schedule and other settings for specific instances, databases, tables, and even individual indexes. You can analyze the impact of fragmentation on query and overall server performance thanks to the integration with Performance Advisor, and you can review and manage defrag schedules on the SQL Sentry calendar with Event Manager.
Fragmentation Manager allows you to control the number of concurrent defrag operations, and when more operations can happen in parallel, your maintenance window becomes smaller. You can very easily monitor the impact this has with Performance Advisor, and make adjustments as necessary.
While other SQL Server monitoring tools have stagnated, SQL Sentry has continued to push the envelope, introducing several industry firsts such as our patented SQL Server disk analysis, unrestricted historical performance reporting, comprehensive deadlock analysis, performance event calendars, intelligent wait analysis, and many more cutting edge features.
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SQL Sentry software continually delivers more features, functionality and utility than other SQL Server software tools, at a lower price point. With subscription-based and site licensing options, the relative savings can grow even further.
From the instance down to each index, Fragmentation Manager provides both graphical and tabular data representing index-related metrics, which make trends and events more obvious, getting you one step closer to solving space and performance issues.
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SQL Sentry software undergoes intensive regression, scalability and overhead testing in our internal test lab of over 100 SQL Servers. It is then real-world tested in one of the largest SQL Server hosting environments in the U.S., until it is deemed stable enough to release to the public... no matter how long it takes. After release, our integrated, automated exception reporter gives us a perpetual feedback loop with our customers, who are continually surprised to receive a response from a real human usually within hours of submitting an exception.
Paul Randal (@PaulRandal) of SQLskills provides a follow up to his post on unexpected clustered index fragmentation. In this one, he gives some thorough and helpful tips on reducing or eliminating the impact of index fragmentation in SQL Server.
In a departure from his series on ‘knee-jerk performance tuning’, Paul Randal (@PaulRandal) of SQLskills decided to discuss index fragmentation. In this post, he describes several ways clustered index fragmentation can sneak up on us, and how it can impact your workload.
Lori Edwards goes over our product Fragmentation Manager, which is an add-in to Performance Advisor. Performance Advisor on its own provides a great deal of information about the indexes within your databases, but Fragmentation Manager adds additional insight into health, size and usage of your indexes as well as provides a tool to manage your indexes.
Aaron Bertrand warns about a parallelism bug found in SQL Server 2012 and 2014 that could lead to data loss following online index rebuilds. If you are in a situation where you can’t apply the 2012 or 2014 hot fixes that address the issue, then you can use Fragmentation Manager’s MAXDOP setting to bypass the bug.
Paul Randal discusses how the database’s transaction log can be a bottleneck that adds to the time it takes a transaction to complete. He also discusses how to identify fragmented indexes to ultimately help reduce transaction log usage.
In this post, Jason Hall shares the top 5 SQL Server Performance issues that our Client Services team sees on daily basis. He discusses the problems with tempdb PAGELATCH contention, expecting auto update statistics to keep statistics updated, and more.
After what has been a relatively smooth beta, we're going gold with v7 today! Read more about v7 features in my last post. I've also got some exciting news regarding new fragmentation-related features included in the base software, and how to get FREE licenses of both Performance Advisor and Fragmentation Manager.
7 represents the culmination of almost a year of effort, and ideas going back much, much further than that. We've completely redone several aspects of the software such as alerting (condition and action) configuration, and we've added some awesome new features like automated defrag, computer groups, and CMS support to boot. Did I mention SQL Server 2012?
SQL Sentry Fragmentation Manager introduces new automated index maintenance capabilities to Performance Advisor. This video is a brief overview of the features within Fragmentation Manager.
SQL Sentry Fragmentation Manager is licensed per individual monitored Microsoft SQL Server instance, and also requires a SQL Sentry Performance Advisor license for each monitored instance. First year annual software maintenance is required and provides technical support via e-mail and phone, fixes and updates and free version upgrades.
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