Automating Your SQL Server Best-Practice Reports:The Checks

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 06 Oct 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A DBA in charge of a whole lot of databases and servers has to check regularly that there are no likelihood of problems. The task is well suited for automation as workload increases. Laerte Junior introduces a PowerShell-based reporting framework that aims to simply provide a Word-based report with colour-coded alerts where there are problems or best-practices aren't being followed....

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