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Welcome to the Redgate SQL Monitor feature suggestions list. Tell us how we can improve SQL Monitor by voting on these suggestions or by submitting your own ideas.

This is the easiest way to make an impact on SQL Monitor’s roadmap. Check out the completed suggestions to see how your ideas have influenced us in the past. Please note that this list is one of multiple sources that drive our development, meaning that we will not always implement the highest-ranking suggestions.

To give your idea the greatest possible impact, please follow these guidelines:

  • Describe the goal you’re trying to accomplish, rather than a specific solution to get there
  • If you have a favoured solution, add it as a comment to your suggestion
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  • Only make one suggestion per post. If you have multiple ideas, submit them in separate posts
  • Comment and vote on existing posts to develop the ideas — often the SQL Monitor team will initially stay quiet about new suggestions to see what you have to say!

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  1. Monitor SQL instances running in AWS RDS

    Enable SQL Monitor to add AWS RDS instances as monitored servers

    101 votes
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  2. TempDB unexpected growth

    I think it would be a good idea to have information about what caused random sudden growth in tempdb. I know we can see the DB size chart but theres no way to know what caused it.

    Information that would be nice to be captured:

    Table name
    What query created table
    What user created table

    49 votes
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  3. set the default email recipient per level

    I'd like to be able to override the default email recipient "per level", in the same way alerts can be configured.

    This would make it much easier to manage in a case where monitoring responsibilities are delegated for a specific server or group of servers.

    16 votes
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    started  ·  Adam responded

    We’re currently working on adding the ability to send notifications to different recipients per level of alert, along with other notification changes. We’d really appreciate some early feedback to make sure we’re on the right track.

    If you’re willing to take a look at our designs and give a bit more detail on your specific requirements, please reply to sqlmonitorfeedback@red-gate.com with ‘Notifications’ as the subject and I’ll send further details.

    Thanks
    Adam, SQL Monitor Development Team

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