The program's main purpose is the maintenance of databases on Microsoft SQL Servers. If you are not a database administrator, then setting up maintenance can take a lot of time and effort. You'll need to choose a recovery model for your databases, configure backups, find the right scripts for maintaining indexes, arrange all these tasks in the correct order, create a schedule, and so on. But even doing that, you can't be sure that it's all working the way it should. For example, it may happen that during a malfunction you are unable to restore a database from a backup. This may occur for many reasons: a disk error, or a broken chain of backups. Likewise, if you don't configure notifications, then you won't find out in time that the creation of a backup has failed for example, because the disk has run out of space.