Announcing the Official Release of the Consultant Toolkit

Brent Ozar's Consultant ToolkitYou’re a consultant, and you need to get diagnostic data from your clients’ SQL Servers.

You’ve been copy/pasting queries and results from SSMS, trying to save execution plans one by one, wasting time doing manual labor.

That stops right now.

For years, we’ve had our own slick in-house utility that makes the process way easier. Here’s how it works:

There’s no per-client pricing: use this on as many servers as you want, at as many clients as you want. This is all about helping you tackle more work, in less time, and make more money. I’m even including the same email templates and help instructions that I’ve used with clients for years.

The regular pricing will be:

  • $495 for one user (consultant)
  • $895 for teams of 2-4 people
  • $1,795 for teams of 5 or more

But right now, we’re running launch pricing, and your first month is free. Let’s do this!

Update: European Union folks can buy the Consultant Toolkit through an EU-friendly distributor. (There’s no free trial there, unfortunately – that distributor doesn’t have those same kinds of options.)

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13 Comments. Leave new

  • JeanClaudeVanClam
    January 29, 2019 7:22 am

    is the pricing one-time, per year, per month?

  • I’m not even asking if we can purchase it in the EU. Not even going there.

  • Jeff Stevenson
    January 29, 2019 9:18 am

    How does the one month free trial work?

    • Jeff – you sign up, put in your credit card, download the app, use it on your servers/clients/etc. If you like it, great! Keep using it. If it’s not a good fit for you, just cancel the subscription online. (You don’t have to talk to a human or anything.) You’ll only be charged if you don’t cancel in the first month.

  • Mark Stringer
    January 30, 2019 9:02 am

    Hi. Looks good. What versions of SQL does this work with? Is ti 2008+ or what?

  • I am a ConstantCare subscriber. Given that you are going to be ending that, how does that segue into this? Do I need to purchase a new subscription now, and continue using ConstantCare until you retire it?

    • Hi! Sorry for the confusion – we’re not ending SQL ConstantCare. In fact, we’ve reopened sales for it again – we’ve just pivoted it to be purely monitoring rather than mentoring. I’ll be contacting subscribers as their subscription ends and giving them the choice between transitioning to the monitoring version, or canceling, their choice. (I know some people only wanted the ability to email me for advice as part of the mentoring product.)


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