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Azure SQL support

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Created by Melanie Boyd, last modified by Melanie Boyd on Apr 28, 2017

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When you are using DPA to monitor Azure SQL databases, the following resources provide data about sessions, storage, and resource usage.

Azure SQL DB Performance Statistics from Database Performance Analyzer

For Azure SQL database instances, this resource displays information from SolarWinds DPA about the available DTUs (Database Transaction Units) and other resources being used. A DTU represents a combination of CPU, memory, data I/O and transaction log I/O. Microsoft places limits on these resources based on what service tier a database is in. When a database exceeds its limit for any resource, Microsoft restricts throughput, which slows performance.

Storage Statistics from Database Performance Analyzer

For Azure SQL database instances, this resource displays storage statistics from SolarWinds DPA.

Session Statistics from Database Performance Analyzer

This resource displays the current status of sessions from SolarWindsDPA. 

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