Thank you for joining us last week for yet another SQLDocKit webinar and finding out more about our new SQL Server inventory and management tool, SQLDocKit!
We had a lot of fun presenting the SQLDocKit introductory webinar, especially because our participants had some very interesting questions will discuss further below.
Some of the key segments we discuss in this webinar is as follows:
- SQL Server inventory and management
- SQLDocKit quick overview
- SQLDocKit demo presentation
- Upcoming features in future releases
Today Microsoft SQL plays an important role in any larger company. What’s also important is keeping track of resources and financial funds. That’s why IT management and the financial department have grown to be of utmost importance for a company’s smooth functioning.
SQL Servers are not that easy to acquire. They have complex licensing options and multiple editions. All of this leads to confusion, and it usually starts off with a question you don’t have a straightforward answer to:
How many SQL Servers do I have in my environment?
Encouraged by our own situation, where even we in the software development industry could not answer the question above, we decided to create a tool able to autodetect and inventory SQL Servers. That’s how we came up with SQLDocKit.
SQLDocKit is now in charge of SQL Server inventory and management in our company, as well as many other companies that needed SQLDocKit’s help.
It takes care of the SQL Server environment with features like:
- Topology and SQL Server inventory
- License compliance
- Validation for best practices
- SQL Server documentation
- Track changes and compare
Since you had quite a few questions, let’s go through them, and then if you’re interested in a more detailed explanation of what SQLDocKit can do, check out the webinar video.
Embark on a SQLDocKit journey with your guide Toni Frankola, who will be showing a demo of SQLDocKit and providing a quick overview.
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