SQL Stripes is a robust Monitoring & Controlling application for Microsoft SQL Server - providing essential data that every DBA needs. It is an all-in-one Enterprise solution for multiple SQL Server management. The main concept is that every SQL Server gets a stripe which can be monitored and controlled.
SQL Stripes 2012 is a Powerful Control & Management Console for Microsoft SQL Server/s.
Yes - 30 day timeout
- - Full compatibility/native mode with SQL Server 2012
- - Main core engine updated
- - Multiple cross-server compatibility fixes
- - UI enhancements
- - SQL Process (CPU) window fix
- - Fixed various installation issues
- - Single-click permission fix for harddisk monitoring
- - Help access fixed
- - SQL Stripes 2012 beta users - it is recommended to uninstall the beta version before installing the new one
Reviewing 1.77 Build 920 Beta (Jul 14, 2005)
This product is awesome! The company I work for has recently purchased it and we're (a team of DBA's) using it to do everything now.
btw, I love the new SQL 2005 support - keep up the good work!
Reviewing 1.77 Build 920 Beta (Jul 3, 2005)
Essential SQL Server management tool.
In response to the comment about it going from beta to commercial product - surely you can't begrudge a person trying to make a buck from all the time and effort on a project? As someone who spent a lot of time testing and providing feedback on the betas the dev did reward me with a free copy so he's definitely not some heartless money grabbing mercenary.
Reviewing 1.70 Build 718 RC2 (Feb 17, 2005)
Sure, it is a very nice tool.
You know how it got that way? With the help of the hundreds of people that helped test it and who suggested improvements.
SQL Stripes is yet another of those freeware turned commercial software products. I have no problem with this, only that it should have been clear that was the intention all along. Ie. "HERE IS A PRELIMINARY VERSION OF A PRODUCT WE PLAN TO RELEASE AS COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE - PLEASE HELP US BETATEST IT".
IMHO, there is a difference between betatesting and helping open source or freeware authors, and betatesting to help those that plan to charge money for something.
Reviewing 0.90.200 Beta (Mar 24, 2004)
I've been using this for a couple of weeks now. As someone responsible for maintaining and developing on one live server (with a couple of hundred users), one development server (with a few developers), and 3 other servers running assorted other databases, I can say I've finally found a utility that lets me quickly (and quickly really is the key word here) monitor my servers, run queries, access and export data on demand, and generally "keep an eye on things".
I downloaded this app out of curiosity, and now it's running several hours a day just so I can make sure things are going smoothly. It gives me visibility of problems as they happen, and doesn't place an appreciable load on the server.
Truly great work - the developers deserve a great deal of respect for this application!
Reviewing 0.80.900 Beta (Mar 12, 2004)
This program DELIVERS! from my experience as veteran SQL admin, keeping your eyes open on your productions servers is not easy. This tool is exactly what I looked after. Thanks Adi!
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