Released: Public Preview Azure SQL Database Managed Instance Management Pack

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This public preview release is for System Center Management Pack for Azure SQL Database Managed Instance. 


Download: Microsoft System Center Management Pack (Community Technology Preview) for Microsoft Azure SQL Database – Managed Instance


The Management Pack (CTP) for Microsoft Azure SQL Database – Managed Instance enables you to monitor availability and performance of your Managed Instances.

This management pack provides monitoring quite similar to monitoring of on-premises SQL Server provided by the version-agnostic SQL Server MP. Managed Instance specific monitoring will be added in the future versions of this MP.


Feature Summary
After configuration, the Microsoft Azure SQL Database – Managed Instance Management Pack (Community Technology Preview) offers the following functional capabilities: 

  • User-friendly wizard to discover Managed Instances
  • Support for Multiple Managed Instances
  • Managed Instance availability and performance
    • Managed Instance Health Status
    • Managed Instance Securables Configuration
    • CPU Consumption
    • Average Wait Time
    • SQL Re-Compilation
    • User Connections
    • HTTP Storage Performance
    • Memory-Optimized Data Transactions Performance
    • and others
  • Database availability and performance
    • Database Status
    • Database Configuration
    • Database Performance
    • Memory-Optimized Data Filegroups Configuration
    • Memory-Optimized Data Filegroups Performance
    • Resource Pool Performance

Managed Instance will show up as first level folder under Monitoring on your SCOM console.


Please download and provide us feedback. We are looking forward to hearing from you.



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