Recently, people have become more and more concerned with software that can steal their data. That’s why I’ve decided to share some advice on how you can take the precautionary measures to protect your information so that, even if you become a victim of a ransomware, your data is secured.Read more
Wondering how to audit and document SQL Server roles? Awesome! Learn how you can quickly document all SQL Server and database roles to prevent security breaches.Read more
This blog post highlights security best practices intended to secure corporate data and performance best practices to help you boost SQL Server performance. With the latest released SQLDocKit version, we’ve added more best practice reports so you don’t have to wonder if you have everything set correctly.Read more
SQLDocKit supports auditing SQL Servers and databases hosted in Azure! SQLDocKit can document all the Azure SQL Server and database settings such as server versions, memory, processor info and a list of all databases associated with an Azure SQL server, editions, and statuses.Read more
Here’s a summary of this week’s webinar about SQL Server security management. Learn how to simplify SQL Server security, manage SQL Server permissions and configure SQL Server settings according to the latest best practices with the SQLDocKit.Read more
Considering all the challenges that every DBA faces, our primary goal for this release was to ease SQL management and deliver new features that will help you in keeping your SQL environment secure. Your favorite SQL administration tool just got even better. Here’s a short overview of the novelties and new features delivered in this version.Read more
We have shipped SQLDocKit 7! This major release brings you exciting new features: support for the Azure SQL server environment, management of server permissions, a number of new best practices, and other enhancements.
We are constantly improving our products to make your experience even better. We appreciate any feedback, so feel free to send us all suggestions for new features and improvements. Still haven’t tried SQLDocKit? A 30-day free trial is available!
Have you ever had a hard time troubleshooting an issue? Or have you ever been faced with manually having to gather all the inventory details? You can’t administer a SQL Server environment if you don’t have some sort of documentation to start with. In additional, you need to keep track of who changed what, when, and where. Check out our blog post to learn more about what you can document with SQLDocKit.Read more
Frane Borozan, SQLDocKit product owner, hosted the webinar and explained how to compare SQL Servers with the SQLDocKit Compare Wizard feature. We started the discussion by going over the most popular features and benefits of using SQLDocKit in SQL Server administration. In case you missed it or just need a refresher, here’s a summary of the key points.Read more
This article discusses configuring SQL Server for SharePoint and how to fine-tune the SQL Server in order to coordinate the two to play nicely together. For optimal performance, you should validate certain configurations by community best practices. For consistent settings and best performance, find out how to configure the SQL Server in the following blog post.Read more