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SQL Monitoring Application

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Does anyone have any recommendations on SQL Monitoring application.
Our main priorities are:

Monitor SQL LiteSpeed backups, SQL jobs success and/or failures, disk space, DB sizes, etc.

It would prefer not to install a client on our production servers. We have a domain/workgroup environment.


Thanks for all your input!!!
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We have just begun to use Idera SQL Diagnostic Manager 5.0. These are new waters I'm navigating, but I like what I see so far. Like trying to get a drink from a fire hose, there is a tsunami of information thrown in my face and I'm just trying to figure out where to start and how to resolve the red flags that are waving. Anywho, do a search on this product. I saw that SQL ServerCentral has an article reviewing it, but the article I came across was written in 2005, there should be more current info around here. That is what I am looking for in these forums, other users of SQLdm...I may have to start a thread if I don't find anything...l8r...
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I've used sql diagnostic manager for 8 years now ( from when it was caleld sql probe ) I consider it to be the best available product. I also have a stack of my own reports and monitoring too which I deply in a number of ways.

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