Best 3rd party monitoring software for SQL?

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What's the best 3rd party monitoring software for SQL?

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  1. SQL Server Distributed Replay
  2. sp_trace_setfilter (Transact-SQL)
  3. Live Query Statistics
  4. System Stored Procedures (Transact-SQL)
  5. DBCC (Transact-SQL)

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  • Wrobinson
    Why are you interested in third-party software when the best possible solution for monitoring SQL or any Microsoft products can be found in System Center?
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  • Brijesh
    Can go with Microsoft products which would help or here some five tools which would help in performance have a look at those.
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  • ToddN2000
    What are you looking to monitor? Some are better and have different features.

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  • TheRealRaven
    ToddN2000 looks to be going in the right direction. There is no "best". There are only various tools, some of which fit your requirements better than others will. We don't your requirements, so we don't know what's best for you.

    Everything from cost to usability, from performance to amount of detail, from reliability to management, all will affect whether a given monitoring tool is "best" for you. That will be different than what might be best for any of us.

    From any large group of members, you'll get a list of available tools. The list will be pretty much the same list you'll get if you simply run a Google search.
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  • edwinjhoffer

     At last I accidentally deleted few rows from my database table then I tried SysTools SQL Log Analyzer Software and i got my database back. I am not comparing it from any other software but in my scenario this one is really helpful for me.


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