Microsoft SQL database size and allocation metrics

vScope 2.7.0 can give many insights into Microsoft SQL. One example is to extract detailed database size information to make it easy to understand the nature of database size growth. Read more about the different size metrics in Microsoft SQL here:

Microsoft SQL database size and allocation metrics 2018-01-02T21:55:39+00:00

Charting in vScope

With the introduction of charting in vScope (v2.6.7), it is now possible to trend a single value over time. From Table Explorer, just right click on any value and select “Plot history chart" Hoover over chart to see details from any specific timestamp Plot charts over preset periods (e.g. 1week, 1 month, 3 months or

Charting in vScope 2018-01-02T21:55:43+00:00

Web Certificates

vScope can map web certificates. In the Table Explorer you can easily build an overviews of all certificates on your domains. vScope Tracker comes with a number of pre-defined tests to easily let you know when certificates are about to expire, when they are considered too weak and so on. This makes security work and

Web Certificates 2018-01-02T21:55:48+00:00

Custom Timespan in Table Explorer

Imagine: A Service Delivery Manager wanting to know what has happened in last month for her/his customer A purchase decision for new Storage backed by real data for a relevant period last year A technician wanting to detect changes to solve a problem An audit wanting to create a full change log for last quarter

Custom Timespan in Table Explorer 2018-01-02T21:55:50+00:00

Tracker Consistency Checks

In vScope v2.3.0 we introduce a new type of Tracker Computations which measure the consistency of a certain metric in the datacenter. vScope v2.3.0 comes with a variety of new consistency checks. Let's look at a few examples: Example1: (preloaded) Detect the consistency of DNS Settings across the datacenter There is a predefined Tracker case

Tracker Consistency Checks 2018-01-02T21:55:50+00:00

Microsoft SQL Licensing

The licensing requirements for Microsoft SQL vary between Versions and Editions. When calculating the requirements for a specific datacenter it mostly it comes down to gathering data about CPU or RAM for either the hardware backing the servers or for the servers running the SQL instances. Regardless of how to perform the license calculation, the

Microsoft SQL Licensing 2018-01-02T21:55:50+00:00

vScope 2.2.5: Recommended Presets and Shared Tables

vScope 2.2.5 introduces two great features in Table Explorer; Tailored Recommendations and Shared Presets. Simplicity, recognition and collaboration! Tailored Recommendations Tailored Preset Recommendations enable presets which are 100% relevant to you. Only presets which have content is shown. This means for that i.e the version control of software will reflect only the software which is

vScope 2.2.5: Recommended Presets and Shared Tables 2018-01-02T21:55:57+00:00

IP-Plan in vScope

Now it is easier than ever to get a good grip of used IP-numbers in vScope! If you are a previous vScope user, you might already be aware of Resource types. From vScope 2.2.5, IP-numbers are treated as a separate resource. A view based on IP-numbers list all IP-based devices regardless of platform; Printers, switches,

IP-Plan in vScope 2018-01-02T21:55:57+00:00

Have you discovered filters on Right-click?

When IT-administrators and managers have fast insight onto facts about their IT infrastructure they work faster and make better decisions. Table Explorer in vScope v2.2.2 has a new right click menu, making it easier and faster to work with filters so that insights are easier made. Just point and click! Let's have a look at

Have you discovered filters on Right-click? 2018-01-02T21:55:59+00:00

Searching your infrastructure has never been easier!

We have improved Search in vScope v2.2.2. Searching your infrastructure for anything has never ever been easier! How many Teamviewer installations do we have? When did we upgrade Java on this machine? How many production servers do not have this patch? etc, etc, etc….. Let's have a quick look on how you can use Search

Searching your infrastructure has never been easier! 2018-01-02T21:55:59+00:00
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