SQL Server health checks and backups often seem secondary to the primary business objectives. And, generally, it is so until your server is down or the data is lost. Only then the true importance of automating these mundane SQL Server maintenance tasks become apparent.
Any SQL Server DBA worth their salt has its own checklist through which they routinely go to make sure that all systems are up and running. Below we will share with you some crucial points related to SQL Server health checks.
As we launched the Server Health Check feature, SqlBak users might be curious about what data we collect during this process.
As you probably know, SqlBak recently announced the Server Health Check feature that adds significant value to SqlBak as a database backup service, allowing it to monitor the vital parameters of your server, such as database size, transaction log size, index fragmentation level, free disk space, and folder size.