Lightning Fast Root Cause Diagnosis

Using query level performance analysis, SQLGrease gets to the root cause of problems within minutes.

Below is a brief summary of the type of information SQLGrease collects:

  • Execution times
  • Wait events
  • Execution plans
  • IO statistics
  • Deadlock analysis
  • Session snapshots

By correlating collected performance data at the query level and coupling it with intuititive visualization, problems can be diagnosed quickly. You can see a more detailed list of features here.

 Designed and Built For SQL Server

SQLGrease was built from the ground up specifically for SQL Server. Using the newest monitoring features in SQL Server, SQLGrease collects detailed information with extremely low overhead.

SQLGrease is the only subscription priced offering capable of providing deep dive performance monitoring of SQL Server. Despite being a cloud offering, SQLGrease is capable of monitoring your on premise and cloud deployments. All that is required is the install of a lightweight windows service somewhere in your network.

SQLGrease installs in minutes. Upgrades do not require reinstallations and do not require end user intervention. As a result, SQLGrease frequently introduces new features at no additional cost.

Our secure platform ensures no sensitive data ever leaves your data center. No credentials are ever transfered, all data is encrypted via SSL. Queries, execution plans, and deadlock graphs are optionally scrubbed for non-parameterized SQL. SQLGrease is able to collect data with as few permissions as only VIEW SERVER STATE access.

Recent Updates

Sorting and Filtering

You can now sort and filter results in the history view. This allows you to filter for specific queries and sort on any of the statistics displayed in query history.

SQL Server 2017 Support

SQLGrease now officially supports SQL Server 2017.

Query Memory Analysis Added

You can now see which queries are contributing most to memory usage. This feature is useful for diagnosing memory pressure issues such as RESOURCE_SEMAPHORE waits.