יום שלישי, 4 במרץ 2014
I would like to share with you a new ability that I was a partner in its development.
· "What is the status of my SSRS sites?”
· “What is the total number of reports that were executed (completed)?”
· “How many reports were executed per second on average?”
· “Which reports are being served?”
· “Which reports had errors?”
· “Who are the most active users? Which reports they run?”
· “Which reports are most requested, and by which users?”
· “How many requests in total were processed?”
· “How many request in total failed? And I want to be notified if a persisting issue is encountered …”
As a DBA and developer, who manages and develops various environments of Reporting Services, I ask these questions every day... and some of them very difficult to get the answer...
The popular database monitoring and analysis solution, Foglight for SQL Server, now offers the capability of monitoring the status and activity details of SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).
SQL Server Reporting Services a part of SQL Server solution, which provides a central service that supports management, development, and presentation of rich reports.
The reports are based on data derived from various database types (Oracle, DB2, Excel, SQL Server and others).
The reporting services provide an optimized and parallel processing infrastructure for processing and rendering reports.
Foglight for SQL Server allows analyzing the SQL Server Reporting Services and produces detailed reports of the user’s activity.
Foglight for SQL Server supports the monitoring of SQL Server Reporting Services at two levels:
· The Reporting Services environment level – using the Reporting Services tab, which appears on the Databases dashboard (Dashboards > Administration > Databases) when the display is filtered to show only SQL Server instances.
In addition to the high-level analysis the Reporting Services tab provides, you can also use it to review which reports are being served, identify the reports that have errors, investigate the reports activity within specific instances, and much more…
· The instance level – using the Services > Reporting Services panel. This panel shows the Reporting Services configuration for the selected instance and provides information about the reports that were run during the specified time range (failed vs. successful runs, users who generated the highest number of reports and so on).
You can also use this panel to view in-depth information about the reports, such as the running time, the users who ran the reports, and parameters used in each run…
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