Building Custom Widgets In SQL Operations Studio

Prashanth Jayaram shows how to build a custom widget in SQL Operations Studio, using database growth metrics as an example:

In this article, you will learn the following:

  • Introduction to SQL Operations Studio

  • How to run a custom SQL query and view it as a chart

  • How to use default and custom widgets

  • Various panes and options in SSOS

  • Explain the different chart options

  • Create a custom insight

  • Details to define a custom widget step by step

  • And more…

Building these dashboard widgets is pretty easy, and Prashanth shows it step by step.

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