DBHistory.com can monitor and audit your SQL Server instances
Download and run our Configuration Wizard which will configure your SQL Server to report monitoring info. We also offer a PowerShell module.
Any modification or configuration change on the monitored instance is reported to your DBHistory.com account.
All changes are kept in your DBHistory.com account. You can search for changes based on time, location, author and more.
You receive periodically a summary of all changes on all the monitored servers. And you can set up alerts to receive immediate notifications when something changes.
With DBHistory.com you will always know who authored any change into your database. The original login info is audited and the information is stored securely off site on DBHistory.com servers. You can find all changes done by an user, and you can find all users that changed an object.
DBHistory.com capture all changes that occur in your database, irrelevant of how the change is applied. Whether is an intentional deployment, an accidental modification or a malicious action, you will always be able to find what changed.
DBHistory.com keeps the change history for as long as you need it. You can see the changes that occur right now in real-time, and you can search for changes that occurred many years ago. DBHistory.com gives every object in your database a complete history.
At present DBHistory.com is in beta preview. During this preview period accounts are free and unlimited.
An Event represents a SQL Server configuration or schema change reported to DBHistory.com. Each plan has a limit of events per month and total events. If the limits are exceeded, additional charges are billed according to your plan:
- Business: $0.00260 per processed event exceeding events per month limit. $0.00007 per stored event exceeding total events limit.
- Professional: $0.00300 per processed event exceeding events per month limit. $0.00017 per stored event exceeding total events limit.
- Personal: $0.00780 per processed event exceeding events per month limit. $0.00086 per stored event exceeding total events limit.
- Hobby plans cannot exceed the limits and must upgrade to a payed plan.
My name is Remus Rusanu and I'm the founder of DBHistory.com. I worked with Microsoft SQL Server development team since 2001. In March 2016 I left Microsoft with the goal of creating DBHistory.com, a service for simple audit and monitoring of SQL Server. My goal is to leverage my experience and knowledge of how SQL Server works in order to provide you an X-ray into what your database instances are doing.