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Status Delivered
Workspace IBM Turbonomic ARM
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 14, 2022

Ability to filter database groups by database server name

There is currently the ability to filter by database name, but not database server name.  In our azure environment, we have plenty of databases with the exact same name, but are located on different database server names.  Adding this filter helps us track the exact database we are trying to resize and makes group creation significantly more easy.  

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Jan 13, 2023

    This is baked into Turbonomic 8.7.5. Delivered!

  • Guest
    Jan 5, 2023

    Updating per Eric:

    I am referring to the database server that our provisioned databases (DTU) are connected to. For instance, see image below:

    You can see the mysotdb-test-cvx database is connected to the database server mysotdb-test-cvx. In this case, the database and database server have the same name. In other instances, that isn’t the case. However, in our database environment we have multiple databases named the same exact thing, but they are located on different database servers. To distinguish between the two databases, we want to filter by database server name as this is needed to fully, uniquely, identify and filter a database.

  • Guest
    Jan 4, 2023

    Are you referring to the logical server names for the Azure SQL dbs with the dtu or vcore configurations?