SQL Dashboards

No More War Rooms. No More Blame Game.


All Alerts (7 Days)
Server Health
Open Alerts
Average Wait
Time (MS)
Buffer Cache
Hit Ratio
Instance Performance
Database Health
Log File % Used
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Performance Metrics

  1. Available MBs
  2. Batch Requests/Sec
  3. User Connections
  4. Lock Waits / Sec: _Total
  5. Pages/sec
  6. Page Splits / Sec
  7. Processes Block
  8. % Processor Time
  9. Queue Length
  10. SQL Compilations/Sec
  11. SQL Re-Compilations/Sec


  1. Average Wait Time
  2. Buffer Cache Hit Ratio
  3. CPU Utilization (%)
  4. DB Log File Free Space Left
  5. DB Log File Space
  6. Page Life Expectancy
  7. Source Log Shipping
  8. SQL Server Agent Windows Service
  9. Stolen Server Memory
  10. Web Site availability
  11. Thread Count

There's over 400 monitors and rules available.

Introducing Squared Up

From zero to dashboard in 10 minutes

Squared Up is a presentation layer that sits on top of Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM). That means no new agents, databases or infrastructure. And thanks to SCOM’s extensible nature, you’re just one Management Pack away from over 400 SQL performance metrics.

Better still, our unique Visual Application Discovery & Analysis (VADA) feature means you'll be able to view all your databases in the context of your business applications.

Whilst no other tool can collect such vast, rich infrastructure monitoring data, SCOM’s UI is its achilles heel. Enter Squared Up.

Our unique Dashboard Designer feature will help you transform all your juicy SCOM data into series of stunning dashboards and data visualizations, including: status tiles, Visio diagrams, donut charts, performance graphs, SLA gauges, heatmaps and more.

We’re big believers the world doesn’t need more data - you just need to better understand the data you already have.

Now you’ve got all your performance and monitoring data displayed in an enviable format, next on our hitlist are those pesky war room meetings.

With VADA you can put an end to your colleagues lazily blaming the latest SQL patch update for an application outage. How? Our unique application mapping technology will check your databases for open connections and pinpoint broken links within just a few clicks.

Better still, because Squared Up is a presentation layer that sits on top of SCOM, there’s no need for any new monitoring agents. Just point and click. NetStat discovery will take care of the rest.

How do you find out the root cause of a slow SQL database? Or locate all SQL instances on a server?

You'll find the answers to these questions, and more, with Squared Up. Our dashboards surface your hosting stack, and show you every connected object (from log file to SQL instance) in one place.

And with our drilldown feature, you'll navigate up and down your object tree with ease.

We know you're busy, and the last thing you want is to set up a complex tool.

Good news - you'll find it easy to get started with Squared Up. You'll install it in 5 minutes (on any server), and you won't need any new agents, databases or infrastructure.

Want to get started? Then sign up for a free 30 day trial. We'll send you a license key and installer link, plus a step-by-step installation guide. You'll be up and running in minutes.

Stunning SQL dashboards are just a few clicks away.

You want to monitor as much as you like, without paying more for each additional database.

We get that, and it’s why we charge a flat fee. One price covers everything, from support through to version upgrades.

Choose Squared Up and you'll build dashboards for any database, within seconds.

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