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Defining and Using Machine Groups in the Performance Sentry PDB

Defining and using machine groups are important features of the Performance Sentry Performance Database (PDB).  Machine groups are especially useful in managing the performance data from hundreds or thousands of machines.  Additionally, using machine groups improves charting and reporting performance in the Performance Sentry Portal. “A Guide to Using Machine Groups Effectively in the Performance […]

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Performance Sentry Cumulative Maintenance Released

Demand Technology Software announced a cumulative maintenance distribution encompassing fixes and enhancements to the Performance Sentry collection service, Performance Sentry Administration, the Performance Sentry Web Portal, and the NTSMF PDB data utilities. It is available immediately for download for both new and existing customers. The Performance Sentry collection service version 4.0.0.15, which is included in […]

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Demand Technology Software Announces v2.4 of the Performance Sentry Web Portal

Cape Coral, Florida, United States – Version 2.4 of the Performance Sentry Web Portal is available today, Demand Technology Software announced. It is available for download for both new and existing customers. The Performance Sentry Web Portal is a web front end to the company’s Microsoft SQL Server-based Performance Database (PDB), which can be configured […]

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Performance Sentry Performance Database (PDB) Data Model

Performance Sentry Performance Database (PDB) Data Model The Performance Sentry Performance Database (PDB) is a flexible and highly scalable repository designed specifically for optimal storage and reporting of detailed, daily performance data gathered using the performance monitoring facilities of the Windows operating system. This section introduces the data model that the PDB uses to store […]

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Using a Server Performance Monitor to find Code Problems

If you are reading this blog you already know that server performance monitoring is valuable for a number of reasons, but one thing that you may not have considered is using historical performance data to help to indentify problems introduced to a system by new programming code. A long time Performance Sentry user of ours […]

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