Definition SQL MonitoringBack to glossary
SQL Monitoring is a process that allows to spot and diagnose issues that are affecting data the database server performance. Metrics such as longest running transactions, buffer cache hit ratio, available memory, processor utilization, page life expectancy, database size, and log growth are among the data that may be collected and analyzed for further insights into performance improvement.
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