SentryOne has announced new editions of SQL Sentry that provide monitoring support for SQL Server or related systems on physical, hybrid, or cloud environments.
There are three new editions being released: SQL Sentry Premium, SQL Sentry Standard, and SQL Sentry Essentials. They will all be available on April 1, 2020.
“Our customers are managing complex database environments, and they need the flexibility to tailor their database performance monitoring solution to their scenario,” said SentryOne chief strategy officer Douglas McDowell. “With the new SQL Sentry editions, we offer best-in-class monitoring for any situation, whether it’s an IT manager looking for no-fuss monitoring for a few databases, DBAs looking for a solution that can accommodate hybrid or cloud monitoring, or an enterprise data team that needs highly scalable monitoring to support high-volume compute environments.”
Mission Cloud Foundation launches
Managed services provider Mission has announced a new Cloud Foundation to help companies manage AWS cost and governance. Mission Cloud Foundation will draw on the company’s AWS experts, cloud optimization tools, and best practices.
Cloud Foundation customers will gain access to a Mission Cloud Analyst who provides regular account reviews, offers advice on key decisions, and provides visibility into AWS usage and spend.
Other benefits include cost optimization support, best practice monitoring, proactive cloud governance, and cloud billing and reporting.
Sand Studio adds new features to AirDroid Business
Mobile device management company Sand Studio has announced the addition of new features in AirDroid Business. New features include remote control, a new AirDroid Browser with website whitelisting for Kiosk Mode, force uninstallations, and other security enhancements.
According to Sand Studio, these updates are intended to enhance usability, flexibility, and security for IT managers and service providers.
“We are advancing our mobile device management capabilities by continuing to improve and add new features that increase convenience and customization,” says Anson Shiong, CEO of Sand Studio. “For instance, we hear from customers every day that it’s challenging to set up remote control for their environment, but it’s an essential part of their business. These enhancements and new features are here to help reduce technical hassles and time spent on constant reconfigurations, making their lives easier.”