Enabling Growth Through Performance
Enabling Growth Through Performance

Posts Tagged ‘VPS’

VPS Change Log 1.0.10.0

Major additions Added support for SQL Azure PaaS using SQL authentication. Enhancements Added min, avg, max colors to real-time and notable query search queries. Added drill-down into wait time breakdown. Added query duration context to all query performance grids. Bug fixes Corrected the order of execution history views.

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.6

General Changes for Minor Release v1.0.8.6 is a minor release of the Vroom Performance Suite. Added advanced object tests during initial configuration. Added intuitive method for establishing monitoring with SQL authentication. General appearance tweaks. Various minor bug fixes.

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.5

Installer Added switches to allow skipping SQL admin checking. This is useful when no objects need to be created that require admin rights. Pass /nosqladmin to the installer executable. Added security support for installing using a UPN. Dropped multi-server scale-out installation from mainstream distribution – available upon request for larger installations. Added feature which will…

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What is VPS?

VPS is the Vroom Performance Suite Simply put, VPS is a performance monitoring, tuning and alerting tool for Windows, SQL Server, VMWare and IIS. VPS was conceptualized and built out of necessity as tools that exist in this ecosystem lack various features that simply the daily life of Database Administrators, Systems Engineers and Developers. We…

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.4

Added WMI encryption, which defaults to enabled. Replaced threading model for more efficient and secure utilization of security tokens. Added full Windows fail-over cluster awareness. Added full SQL Server fail-over cluster awareness. Added full VMWare ESXi vSphere integration Datacenters, hosts and VMWare clusters are automatically added to monitoring. VMs and Virtual Disks are automatically added…

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Install VPS in Workgroup Environment

Installing VPS on any server is a pretty straight forward process – and installing on a workgroup is no different. Active Directory domains are recommended for larger environments because they benefit from the centralized security management – but many website setups or corporate ERP packages rely on dedicated walled off sets of systems that may…

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.3

Features Added explicit support for Windows Workgroups (non-active directory installations). Added ability to modify entity attributes via UI. Added default date to real-time query drill through. Added SQL-authentication support for meta-base database in monolithic installer. Issues Added service termination upon invalid configuration. This is to ensure that a faulty start doesn’t appear to function correctly.…

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.2

SQL Server Database Collection Added option to ignore read-only databases. Added attribute to allow for ignoring individual databases on a per instance level. SQL Server Sessions Added new plan explorer to breakdown each statement of an observed batch. Fixes Resolved issue that caused VPS to not collect some metrics when a database permission is lacking.…

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.2

SQL Server Database Collection Added option to ignore read-only databases. Added attribute to allow for ignoring individual databases on a per instance level. SQL Server Sessions Added new plan explorer to breakdown each statement of an observed batch. Fixes Resolved issue that caused VPS to not collect some metrics when a database permission is lacking.…

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VPS Change Log 1.0.8.1

Installer Reworked certificate generation methods. Physical Disk Collections Added trilevel checks for HDD health to allow alerts to reliably detect failing physical disk drives. UI Misc. Altered the way in which the last selected Server/SQL Instance maintained from one dashboard to the next. Real-Time Dashboard. Changed disk performance metrics. Now displays bytes instead of IOPS.…

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