SQL Server Performance Monitoring

AIMS provides automated 360° performance monitoring and analytics for Microsoft SQL Server. You get automated monitoring and insight into the health and performance of your SQL databases – out of the box with no manual configuration.

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  • Why AIMS
  • SQL monitoring and analytics powered by AI
  • What is monitored on SQL Server?

Why use AIMS for SQL monitoring?

AIMS is the only performance monitoring and analytics solution for SQL that combines the latest AI and machine learning technology with a deep focus on SQL databases. Save hours each day on monitoring your SQL databases.

Fully automated

AIMS maps, learns and monitors your SQL databases automatically

Artificial Intelligence

Automatically set dynamic thresholds to detect and fix anomalies sooner

Machine learning

The longer AIMS is installed, the more accurate it becomes

Extensive real-time analytics

Engage system owners, LoB owners and CxOs

SQL monitoring and analytics powered by AI

Predictive SQL anomaly detection

AIMS can predict anomalies within a single system and across systems. Using dynamic alert thresholds, AIMS detects when behavior is heading out of normal ranges and alerts you earlier – so you can take action to prevent downtime.

Visualize SQL in the context of your integrations

AIMS automatically generates a dynamic, 360° topological map of all systems participating in the integration flow. View systems from a bird’s-eye perspective to get a complete overview of your whole integration setup, or drill down to systems and individual components.

Real-time SQL analytics

Drill down into your SQL databases using AIMS powerful analytics tools. Create health reports, identify the root of performance issues, verify SLA requirements, plan for scaling and more.

What is monitored on SQL Server?


All Stored Procedures, Databases, Memory usage stats, CPU usage, I/O activities, server wait stats, historical blocking information, missing indexes and more


Logical disk volumes, database parameters (size, distribution, recovery model, logfile utilization + +), database sizes, error captures, maintenance plan jobs, scheduled jobs and more


OS build settings, SQL server settings and configuration, memory settings, CPU processor/parallelism settings, virtual page size and more


Accounts, remote servers, database and user rights including DBO

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