• Bandwidth meters, SQL software 28.09.2012 Comments Off on SQL Bandwidth Meter 1.0.2 for MS SQL 2012 is available now

    sql bandwidth meter 2012

    SQL Bandwidth Meter 1.0.2 for MS SQL 2012 is now available.

    In 1.0.2 one minor “bug” was fixed. In some rare cases the results of monitoring of long lasting connections were incorrect.

    SQL Bandwidth Meter is a unique tool for SQL Server 2012 bandwidth usage monitoring, counting and reporting.

    (We also have versions for MS SQL 2000, 2005 and 2008.)

    What makes it unique? It provides a bandwidth control on per user basis. With this tool you can see the amount of data used (downloaded and uploaded) by each SQL Server user. Thus you can bill your customers for the SQL bandwidth usage or just find out which customers use your SQL server intensively.

    Installation is straightforward and only takes a minute by entering IP address of your SQL server and clicking several buttons.

    For more information, please read this document.

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