We usually work on performance issues that following the best practices might be resolved following them. In this article we would like to share a PowerShell Script that checks an example best practices for Azure SQL Database and Managed Instance.
We would like to suggest this PowerShell script that you could find out in this URL that contains initial checks we are facing a performance issue. This PowerShell Script is covering the following best practices:
Basically, once you have download this PowerShell script, you need to provide the details of your server, database, user, password and destination folder. You could fill up directly these parameters in the PowerShell script if you need to perform more time this process. This PowerShell script only will ask those parameters if they are missing. Also, you could specify as a command line.
Once the process is executed, this PowerShell script will save a file called PerfChecker.Log in the destination folder chosen. In every execution this file will be deleted and created a new one.
This project is public and all the contributions to make more accesible, easy and effective will be very welcome.
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