Reston, VA (PRWEB) August 1, 2007
SQL Farms, Inc. announced one-click restart of SQL Server services on all network machines to assist network and database administrators (DBAs) handle automated SQL patches and multi-server configuration changes. The new features are available as part of SQL Farm Combine 1.8, the latest release of SQL Farms' flagship product, which aims to assist enterprises with large SQL Server environments and data centers.
The ability to control SQL services on all network computers eliminates the need for tedious manual work. Instead of logging to individual machines and restarting services, database managers can now easily enable automated patches and then select the servers that they wish to restart from a single client interface, without any remote agents or installations. In addition, configuration changes can be pushed to all servers in one click within the same interface and the appropriate services can be restarted to load configuration updates.
"With the recent advancement in SQL Server patches, the ability to stop or start SQL services throughout the network allows DBAs to handle and monitor their servers much more effectively after patch-Tuesday and other automatic updates", said Thomas Goff, Founder and CTO at SQL Farms. He added, "DBAs can now manage, push changes, configurations, and pull status or monitoring data from multiple servers and easily manage even the largest server farms".
SQL Farm Combine 1.8 represents a recent addition in managing the data tier of modern datacenters and SQL server environments. The company also reported that new distributed management and monitoring capabilities will be avaialble in the near future as part of the ongoing frequent release plan of its award-winning user interfaces.
About SQL Farms
SQL Farms, Inc. is a leading provider of tools and frameworks for working with many databases and servers. SQL Farms products are focused on database management, administration, and deployment in mid-size to very large SQL Server environments and data centers. Key features of SQL Farms products include distributed deployment of changes to all databases and servers, collection of data and performance metrics from all servers through distributed querying capabilities, deployment of admin changes to multiple databases and servers in parallel, and more. SQL Farms tools are based on patent-pending technologies and do not require any remote agents or installations. For additional information please visit SQL Farms website at http://www.sqlfarms.com.
Joe Thompson, Marketing Manager