What is SentryOne Portal?
SentryOne Portal is a browser-based option for accessing your SentryOne environment data that uses your existing SentryOne database. It replaces the previous mobile applications and Cloud Sync options.
- Chrome and Edge are the recommended browsers for using SentryOne Portal.
- The configuration client referenced in the SentryOne Monitor documentation does not exist for SentryOne Portal users. You will still use the SentryOne client for any of those cases.
Are all target types supported with SentryOne Portal?
SentryOne Portal currently supports the following target types:
- SQL Server (including Amazon RDS)
- Azure SQL Database
How do I install SentryOne Portal?
See the SentryOne Portal Configuration article. SentryOne Portal may be installed via the classic SentryOne Setup Wizard or through the EPI commands, as long as the method you choose matches your existing SentryOne installation.
How do I open SentryOne Portal?
Once you've installed SentryOne Portal, you can open it by completing the following steps:
1. Enter your domain for the SentryOne Portal in your preferred browser.
Note: In this example, the SentryOne Portal is bound to localhost, http://localhost/
2. Enter your authentication credentials to access the SentryOne Portal. Use your DOMAIN\Username if needed.
Note: Accounts logging into the SentryOne Portal must have access to the Windows Server hosting SentryOne Portal.
3. The browser opens the SentryOne Portal. See the Using Monitor article for help navigating SentryOne Portal's features.
Which features are available in Portal?
In general, the SentryOne Portal offers the same features available in SentryOne Monitor. It does not have feature parity with the SentryOne client for SQL Sentry. By offering a simpler view, it creates an option that can be more attractive for different stakeholders who don't need the depth of information and functionality offered in the client, or as more of an everyday view for DBAs who may only need to open the client for more advanced troubleshooting.
Note: Remember, you still have access to all the additional SentryOne features through the SentryOne client.
The Health view is the default view when opening SentryOne Monitor. This screen displays wedgets for Alerts by Severity and Alerts by Tag on the default view for All Servers.
Additional Information: See the Health Views article.
The Top SQL view displays a unified picture of collected SQL statements. It's designed to help you quickly identify queries, applications, logins, and more that are causing the most waits, using the most resources, taking the most time, and putting the most load on your SQL Server.
Additional Information: See the Top SQL article.
The Alerts view displays a list of all the conditions that have evaluated to True.
Additional Information: See the Alerts article.
The Blocking view maps the relationships between all blocking and blocked sessions (SPIDs) in a blocking chain, allowing you to pinpoint the cause and fix the blocking issue.
Additional Information: See the Blocking article.
The Deadlocks view provides details about deadlocks within your monitored environment. Use it to identify and fix deadlock issues on your monitored servers.
Additional Information: See the Deadlocks article.
The Dashboard view displays the performance charts for monitored targets.
Additional Information: See the Dashboards article.
SentryOne Portal offers the ability to create custom dashboards. With custom dashboards, you can include the performance metric widgets that you want, and you can have performance charts for different targets on the same dashboard. This feature is specific to SentryOne Portal and is not available in the SentryOne client.
Additional Information: See the Custom Dashboards article.
Additional Information: The SentryOne Portal feature page contains a feature overview.