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I have an environment that's built primarily of SQL Servers, I'm getting a couple requests from my DBAs to create a map that can be a simple dashboard of all SQL servers or just current SQL server issues. Having 100+ Sql servers I see that as 100 different little additions to the map. Is there a more simple way to create a map that will just display the health of all SQL servers in my environment?

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Created on Apr 25, 2017 1:48:29 PM by  cvolz (0) 1



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You could use the data table map object "Sensors Alphabetically". When you add the sensor tag
(e.g. sqlsensor) to the tag filter field in the Settings tab of the map, the table will only show the corresponding sensors.

You can also tag the group containing your SQL servers with a corresponding tag, only devices from this group will be included. Of course you can also use the other tables as well (warning, down, unknown) if you want to split them up on the map.

Created on Apr 26, 2017 8:57:34 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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