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SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer Now Available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, today announced the availability of SolarWinds® Database Performance Analyzer with support for Microsoft® Azure® SQL Database in the Azure Marketplace. SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer delivers deep visibility into the performance of top database platforms, including Microsoft SQL Server® 2016, and provides advice for optimisation and tuning to accelerate database performance. Using agentless architecture and unique Multi-Dimensional Performance Analysis™, it quickly finds the root cause of complex problems and improves the performance of on-premises, virtualised, cloud, or hybrid IT application environments. With its availability in the Azure Marketplace, the thousands of organisations running millions of Azure SQL Database instances can now benefit from these capabilities, with simplified deployment in minutes.”

The release goes on, “According to the SolarWinds IT Trends Report 2017: Portrait of a Hybrid IT Organisation, databases are one of the top three infrastructure elements IT organisations are migrating to the cloud. Furthermore, the study found that by weighted rank, the top reason for prioritising these areas of their IT environments for migration were greatest potential for return on investment (ROI) and cost efficiency. ‘We think customers will benefit from SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer with support for Microsoft Azure SQL Database and are pleased to make it available for easy deployment through the Azure Marketplace,’ said Andrea Carl, director, commercial communications at Microsoft Corp. ‘Now our customers running millions of Azure SQL Database instances benefit having additional tools to quickly root out problems and improve overall performance’.”  

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: SolarWinds

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