Introducing Microsoft System Center Advisor – Proactively monitor your Server Deployments

System Center Advisor is an online service that analyzes installations of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (and later versions) and Windows Server 2008 (and later versions). Advisor is developed by the Microsoft System Center Advisor product group in partnership with Microsoft Support engineers to ensure that the issues customers report to Microsoft are detected before they affect your environment.

Advisor collects data from your installations, analyzes it, and generates alerts that identify potential issues (such as missing security patches) or deviations from identified best practices with regard to configuration and usage. Advisor also provides both current and historical views of the configuration of servers in your environment.

Advisor analyzes the following workloads:
Windows Server 2008 and later:
– Active Directory
– Hyper-V Host
– General operating system

SQL Server 2008 and later:
– SQL Engine

System Center Advisor provides:
– Ongoing assessment of configuration
– Historical data and changes over time
– Faster Issue Resolution
– Reduced downtime

Advisor is regularly updated to reflect the most recent experiences of engineers, who support customers around the world.

To get started, visit Microsoft System Center Advisor online portal and create an account.


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