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SentryOne Monitor Preview
Are you looking for powerful SQL Server monitoring in a cloud solution that's easy to access and easy to manage? Great news! SentryOne Monitor, now in preview, is our new cloud solution for database monitoring that builds on the mighty foundation of SQL Sentry. Get a first look at this new cloud solution!

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SentryOne SQL Sentry Wins Best DBA Solution
We’re honored to be named Best DBA Solution in the 2019 Database Trends and Applications Readers’ Choice Awards. Thank you to everyone who voted. Read our official press release to learn why we are the solution of choice for DBAs.

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Future Proof Your Database Professional Career
What are the technical skills that are necessary for a database professional to succeed in today’s workforce? More importantly, what technical skills are needed as our organizations undergo a massive digital transformation where workloads are processed entirely in the cloud? If you missed our most recent webinar, watch on-demand as Kevin Kline and Brian Knight discuss the skills and capabilities that will make your database career fireproof and futureproof.

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Cloud Migration Guides
Migrating SQL Server Workloads to the Cloud
The Microsoft Data Platform technology landscape is rapidly advancing, with increased release cadence and new capabilities regularly added. Businesses need to evolve their data platform strategies—migrating to AWS or Microsoft Azure can be key pillars of this strategy to deliver greater agility and operational efficiencies. These guides walk through each phase of the migration process and show you how SentryOne solutions can streamline your SQL Server cloud migration.

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Intro To ADS and the Plan Explorer Extension
Azure Data Studio (ADS) has been around a little while, but a lot of data professionals still have not heard or tried this tool from Microsoft. Join Kevin Kline and Warwick Rudd as they take you on an engaging (and humorous) journey into ADS and its extension for Plan Explorer. 

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3 Hacks to Improve SSAS
Memory is everything—especially when it comes to SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS), where memory constraints are a common issue. Because the SSAS Tabular database should reside entirely in-memory in Tabular mode, performance bottlenecks can be particularly challenging in that mode. Three specific configuration hacks can turn your data model into the picture of efficiency. These hacks help you optimize SSAS performance, reduce bottlenecks, and boost speed.

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