SSRS monitoring

Daniel Tikvicki

SSRS ReportServer: Service performance counters guide

July 27, 2016 by

SSRS performance counters

Measurements of the Reporting Services service (SSRS) monitoring cycle show which resources the reporting process consumes, and also, specific sets of counters show the particular type of the reporting process deployment in use, Native and SharePoint mode. The entire reports processing occurs in the Report Server, which is the core element of SSRS architecture, and among all features, collaboration with SharePoint platform is the most crucial, because of advantages of report processing and generating reports for SharePoint components.

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Steve Simon

Monitoring SQL Server Reporting Services

February 19, 2015 by

Introduction

In our last get together I mentioned that oft times SQL Server reports are created due to a dire business need to be used once and never again. Further, some reports that we believe are not often used could be “top of the pops” unbeknown to us. A guess as to a number of times a report is used per month, in addition to the statistics behind each report should not be guesswork, but rather monitored actively to ensure that frequently used reports are both efficient and effective. Further, those reports that are either not used or have not been run in quite some time, should perhaps be removed in order to keep the server clean and not cluttered.

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Steve Simon

Quick and dirty server monitoring with SQL Server Reporting Services

October 8, 2014 by

Introduction

A few month back, I found myself in a position where the client wanted a ‘monitoring tool’ to utilize on a daily basis to ascertain the status of SQL Server Systems and to continually monitor disk space capacity. Being a typical Monday morning quarter back and utilizing my favorite SQL Server Tool, SQL Server Reporting Services, I came up with the following ‘ah-ha’ solution. Read more »