Connect Spotlight Cloud to your SQL Server, Windows Server and other connection types.
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There may be a limit to the number of instances you can monitor according to your Spotlight Cloud subscription. Once the limit is reached then additional connections are initially disabled. You can increase the number of instances Spotlight Cloud can monitor by increasing your Spotlight Cloud subscription. You can work within the limits of your current Spotlight Cloud subscription by selecting the instances to monitor using the enable / disable functionality.
The Connection Discovery Wizard is used to locate SQL Server instances and Windows Servers on the network to monitor as Spotlight connections.
Edit Connection Details for your SQL Server, Windows Server and other monitored connections.
Tags are a free form organizational tool that may be optionally applied to Spotlight connections. Tag names represent a project, geographic region or other indicator of interest to you and your organization. Multiple tags can be assigned to one connection.
Delete a connection. The connection will no longer appear in the list of connections monitored by Spotlight Cloud. All configurations and customizations associated with the connection will be deleted with the connection.