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Red Gate releases new SQL Monitor 2.0: The future of monitoring is wherever you are


Red Gate releases new SQL Monitor 2.0: The future of monitoring is wherever you are

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How about an SMS text, a Blackberry PIN message, and possibly a cell phone call?

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i have been running this product all through the beta. (about 2 months now) it has come along way....
my company will be buying it first QTR 2011. (had to wait for the bean counters to put it in the budget)

while it is not as "complete" as Diagnostic Manager or SQL Ignite, for the price, it is great!

RedGate has a forum for users and testers to make recommendations and voice complaints. they are very quick to respond and tell you if they can help or not. for example, I said they were missing an alert for failed logins and they responded back with in 6 hours saying it will be added in a future update.

thanks RedGate for another choice for SQL monitoring.
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Glad to hear Geoff that you are liking it.

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Michael L John (11/8/2010)
How about an SMS text, a Blackberry PIN message, and possibly a cell phone call?


Hi Michael

Thanks for the feedback - we have been looking at some of these options for future releases.

There are third party companies that offer this sort of service on top of alerting systems, http://www.pagerduty.com/, for example. In particular these companies often provide quite advanced call management (for example, if someone doesn't answer the phone call, the system will redirect it to the next person on the list and so on). Is this the sort of functionality you're looking for?

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Ben
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Most carriers offer you an email, usually yourphone@carrier.com (like 5555555@tmobile.com) to send an SMS from email.

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Michael L John (11/8/2010)
How about an SMS text, a Blackberry PIN message, and possibly a cell phone call?


Also just to mention - we provide a basic RSS feed of the Alert Inbox in the product allowing you to track new alerts through this mechanism also.

Ben
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