How to generate SQL Server documentation? Use SQLDocKit!

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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.

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[Video] How to Compare SQL Servers in your environment with SQLDocKit

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.

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SQL Server Best Practices for SharePoint

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.

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10 Best Practices for Hardening SQL Server Security

Ransomware isn’t just an inconvenience anymore, precisely because of the increasing number of security breaches, this calls for a blog post to revisit your database and server security. With a combination of SQLDocKit features, you can have a better insight into your SQL Server environment and secure it by keeping an eye on your SQL Server instances, databases, storage, track changes, and audit SQL Server database roles. Let’s go over the things you need to watch out for.

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[Video] Webinar: Presenting SQLDocKit 6.4, with auditing of database permissions and SQL Server BI services inventory

[Video] Webinar: Presenting SQLDocKit 6.4, with auditing of database permissions and SQL Server BI services inventory - featured image

We recently issued a new release of our SQL Server administration tool. In order to demonstrate and show you all that’s new in SQLDocKit, we’ve prepared an introductory webinar presenting new features that will help you with SQL Server administration and management. Check out a video recording with a quick overview and demo of our product.

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Create a complete SQL Server inventory, and keep your SQL environment secure

Create a complete SQL Server inventory, and keep your SQL environment secure - featured image

Our team has been working hard to improve SQLDocKit and add features that will help you with SQL Server administration and management. We want to provide you complete insight into your SQL server environment and help you with auditing all server logins and database-user roles to keep your SQL environment secure. Check out what else is new.

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We have just released SQLDocKit 6.4

This minor release offers many features and improvements.

SQLDocKit 6.4. now offers you the ability to compile an inventory of and document all SQL Server Business Intelligence Services (SSIS, SSAS, SSRS) in your environment, auto-discover SQL Server instances across multiple domains, document your SQL Server Agent, and much more.

Still haven’t tried SQLDocKit? A 30-day free trial is available!

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How to autodiscover SQL Servers in your domain?

In this blog we focus on the SQLDocKit autodiscover feature. We’ve gotten a lot of questions about the topic of autodiscover and how SQLDocKit gathers all the information, and SQL Server inventory, so we decided to give a more detailed explanation here.

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