Idera SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server

Idera SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server

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The Industry’s Best Reporting Software for SQL Server

Reduced availability and performance of Microsoft SQL Server can severely impact the critical applications that it supports. SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server provides robust SQL Server monitoring functionality that covers the performance of the entire SQL Server environment and provides the most comprehensive diagnostics on the market.


Monitor physical, virtual, and cloud environments.
Track queries and plans to fix blocks and locks.
Alert predictively and avoid false alerts.
View expert advice with executable scripts.


Performance Monitoring

  • Monitor SQL Servers and analyze continuously

    Know at a glance the real-time availability, health, and performance of your SQL Server instances. Spot issues fast with metrics analysis across hundreds of instances. Generate reports from your SQL Server database to stay apprised of health and performance.

  • Deploy for physical, virtual, and cloud environments

    Ensure continuity by monitoring the performance of physical servers, virtual servers, and cloud servers to get a complete, continuous view of your SQL Server environment.

  • Manage availability groups

    Efficiently manage the topology of high-availability groups. Even during failover, get monitoring and alerting on your clusters, mirrors, and replication.

  • Monitor tempdb

    Identify and resolve tempdb contention and performance problems, and check and display the space and performance information of your tempdb.

  • Customize counters

    Tailor your systems’ monitoring and reporting with custom counters. Get application-specific monitoring with Windows Performance Monitor counters and SQL queries. Enable data collection to monitor application performance in real-time.

  • Manage jobs

    Monitor and alert on your jobs—success, failure, cancellation, or retry. View all jobs and their last known status, and the complete history of jobs. Also, conveniently start and stop jobs from the same interface.

  • Monitor operating systems

    Collect performance metrics for all your systems at the operating system level using Windows Management Instrumentation, and Object Linking & Embedding.

  • Monitor CPU and memory usage

    Avoid bottlenecks and deadlocks with CPU, disk space, and memory usage alerts indicating an unusually high amount of usage by SQL Server.



  • Alert based on best practices

    Get SQL Server monitoring alerts customized for your industry and your enterprise. Choose from over 100 predefined alert settings based on industry best practices. Modify your configuration settings for greater flexibility and optimization.

  • Alert to different audiences

    Get the message out to the right people. Advanced notifications let you send alerts to different groups of people based on metrics, time-of-day, and instance.

  • Set up maintenance mode

    Avoid false positives by selectively disabling SQL Diagnostic Manager SQL Server monitoring and alerting during maintenance periods for on-demand, one-time, and weekly scheduled maintenance periods.

  • Smooth and snooze alerts

    Help DBAs work without distraction. SQL Diagnostic Man

  • Set up maintenance mode

    Avoid false positives by selectively disabling SQL Diagnostic Manager SQL Server monitoring and alerting during maintenance periods for on-demand, one-time, and weekly scheduled maintenance periods.

  • Quickly deploy alerts across instances

    Easily put your custom alerts in place across your infrastructure. Add and modify metrics to alerts for multiple servers with the default alert configuration and the copy-to operation.

  • Alert from baselines

    Know your business reality: Capture baselines of past performance to configure baseline alerts that automatically calibrate to changes within your system to avoid excessive noise and false positives.

  • Automate alert response actions

    Give your DBAs more ways to respond, with customized, automated alert-response actions for system notifications, email, SQL scripts, PowerShell scripts, and more.

  • View recommendations for alert thresholds

    Avoid alert fatigue. For metrics that always alert, view flags that indicate needed changes—with suggestions for new limits.


Diagnostics and Analytics

  • View locks, blocks, and deadlocks

    For easy problem identification and resolution, view the complete blocking chain by identifying real-time and historical session locks, blocks, bottlenecks, and deadlocks.

  • View activity timelines

    Understand events faster and more intuitively by viewing color-coded performance events on your server on a timeline calendar instead of only as a list of events. Use a sliding scale to zoom in to specific times.

  • View fragmentation

    Quickly remedy one of the most common causes of performance degradation: View statistics on fragmentation to identify indexes that may need defragmentation.

  • Run PowerShell scripts

    Get even more control over SQL Diagnostic Manager by deploying Microsoft PowerShell, and automatically respond to alerts with PowerShell scripts.

  • Browse historical data

    Reduce future problems by understanding the multiple factors behind SQL Server database issues. Examine historical trends and drill down to the precise point in time a problem emerged.

  • Set up multiple baselines

    Compare the performance baselines that matter to your business by defining and scheduling multiple baseline periods.

  • Integrate with SCOM

    Share data with IT operations for efficiency by propagating the status, health, and events of monitored instances to Microsoft’s System Center Operations Manager (SCOM).

  • Plan capacity

    Confidently plan the future of your storage infrastructure. View charts and create reports with trends and metrics to help forecast future capacity needs.


Enterprise Management

  • See overview and drill down

    View your entire environment in the customizable dashboard and drill down to find the root causes of problems, reducing time spent troubleshooting. Get flexible SQL Server monitoring by specifying multiple dashboards per instance.

  • Access on mobile devices

    View real-time and historical performance—and diagnose and resolve performance issues—from anywhere, with smartphone or tablet access.

  • Apply granular application security

    Smoothly address varying access needs with access to your servers and instances via fine-grained security permissions for different groups of people.

  • Deploy for hybrid cloud

    Consolidate vital information and plan for the cloud-centric future by deploying SQL Diagnostic Manager to simultaneously monitor your on-premises databases, databases on cloud virtual machines, and managed cloud databases.

  • Deploy via web browser

    Avoid the installation and maintenance of desktop consoles, and reach a diverse pool of users and endpoints, by deploying SQL Diagnostic Manager access via a web browser.

  • Share configurations

    Export and import configuration files to efficiently share customized dashboards, counters, alert templates, and reports with other users across your organization.

  • Report comprehensively

    Gain insights about your data quickly with predefined and customized reports. Report on performance trends and forecasts for capacity planning. Deploy reports to SQL Server Reporting Services using the industry’s best SQL Server reporting software.



  • Install on cloud virtual machines

    Unify your control by running SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server on cloud virtual machines with Windows—such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Azure virtual machines.

  • Monitor SQL Server on cloud virtual machines

    Monitor your SQL Server instances running on cloud virtual machines with virtualization software that is compatible with VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V—such as Amazon EC2 and Azure virtual machines.

  • Monitor hybrid environments with a single tool

    Save time by using the same SQL Server performance monitoring tool for SQL Server databases on-premises (on your physical and virtual machines); in the private, public, and government cloud (on virtual machines); and in the public and government cloud (as managed databases).

  • Access mapped cloud drives

    Get the most out the cloud with cloud storage that is mapped as network drives or removable drives on Windows with SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server. For example, map storage to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) and Azure Blob Storage.

  • Monitor managed SQL Server cloud databases

    Extend your cloud capabilities with monitoring for Azure SQL Database and Amazon RDS for SQL Server.

IDERA Dashboard services requirements

You need to comply with the following requirements to install the IDERA Dashboard:

Type : Microsoft .NET Framework version
Requirement : 4.0 or later
Suggestions : Make sure to install this software prior to the installation of the IDERA Dashboard. For more information about the .NET Framework, see the MSDN article .NET Framework Versions and Dependencies.

Type : Microsoft Library
Requirement : msolap.dll
Suggestions : The msolap.dll file needs to be installed where the data collection service runs. The installation will search for the file and if it is not found, it will prompt the user to install the file. This file can be installed by downloading and installing from the latest version of the SQL Server Feature Pack from Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Feature Pack (choose the ENU\x64\SQL_AS_OLEDB.msi installer).

Type : Operating System
Requirement :
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 (86-bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2016 (64-bit)
  • Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Windows 2019 (64-bit)
Suggestions : -


IDERA Dashboard repository requirements

The IDERA Dashboard supports any of the following versions for hosting its repositories:
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 - All Editions
  • SQL Server 2012 R2 - All Editions
  • SQL Server 2014 - All Editions
  • SQL Server 2016 - All Editions
  • SQL Server 2017
  • SQL Server 2019

Browser requirements

The IDERA Dashboard user interface can be accessed via web with the following browsers:
  • Internet Explorer IE 10.x+
  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari

Port requirements

The IDERA Dashboard uses the following ports by default:
  • Idera Dashboard Core Services port: 9292
  • Idera Dashboard Web Application Service port: 9290
  • Idera Dashboard Web Application Monitor port: 9094
  • Idera Dashboard Web Application SSL port: 9291