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To quicker navigate through the menus when collapsed, better distinct icons would be helpful.2 votes
Would it be possible to get the SQL Server AlwaysOn AG listener name in the SQL Monitor dashboard?3 votes
This is available from version 12.1.16.
We install our sql server automatically via powershell, so we also add them there to the monitoring. We would like to safe us work, by giving the server a custom alias while adding to the monitoring as it can be done through the website.6 votes
When you are working on the alerts tab, once you click the checkbox and clear alerts the green check shows up that the alert was successful. But that makes the page move up and down, so if you are already trying to click other alerts the page is moving and you click the wrong thing.1 vote
Currently SQL Monitor only sends the scopes "openid profile".
In my usage the "groups" scope is needed as well.
Make this parameter configurable to support any number of custom scopes.3 votes
You can configure OpenID Connect scopes by running a script on your SQL Monitor repository. See Authenticating with OpenID Connect documentation (https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm11/adding-sql-monitor-users/authenticating-with-openid-connect) for more details.
the seconds not displayed in the error log time . This gives some difficulty to check some event using Redgate .1 vote
Seconds will appear in the error log time on the Server Overview page from v11.2.4.
If a job fails the alert should not be cleared until the job has run successfully again. It doesn't make sense clearing the alert just because a job has been restarted. The alert should remain active until a completely successful run.4 votes
This has been changed and now works as described here. In SQL Monitor since 11.2.13 (released 26 Sep 2021).
Be able to login into Redgate SQL Monitor using AAD with multi-factor authentication13 votes
This has been possible since v11.2, by authenticating using OpenID Connect. That version was released June 2021 (apologies for it taking until now to close off this UserVoice issue). See here for more details: https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm/adding-sql-monitor-users/authenticating-with-openid-connect.
I would like to be able to filter which webhook notifications get sent out via an option in alert settings - notifications.
e.g. for each alert, we have the option to send an email to a default address, an alternative address, or don't send an email for this alert.1 vote
As of SQL Monitor 11.1.8 Webhook notifications can be enabled and disabled for an alert type within alert settings (see screenshot).
My wish is that my users can sign-in with azure user account.19 votes
This can be achieved by using OpenID Connect authentication with Azure Active Directory. See https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm/adding-sql-monitor-users/authenticating-with-openid-connect and https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/fundamentals/auth-oidc for more information.
For example in the "Manage Servers" screen, when using a MSP Solution, it's only possible to view the actual names entered on the Base Monitor Configuration page.
Without having to resort to a DNS work-around for this issue, it would be nice to add the option to use a "Display Friendly name" instead of the name of the Base Monitor Server.
That way, people who don't know which individual server belongs to which individual client or base monitor, can easily identify them based on their displayname.2 votes
This is now possible from version 11.0.4
While Webhook notifications is a cute idea, it has no value to me if I can't customize what alerts get it. Please add a Webhooks column to the individual alert settings.20 votes
As of SQL Monitor 11.1.8 Webhook notifications can now be enabled and disabled for alert types.
This can be done within the alert settings page for each alert type (see screenshot).
Low Alerts show as blue dots on the Latest Alerts panel, but in the overview they show Green like Healthy.
Especially when showing Small Tiles (we monitor 60+ instances) they do not stand out from Healty ones (see the attached examples).
For that reason I dont use many Low Alerts.
It would be more consistent to use blue in the overviews also.4 votes
I have a process that reports on stored proc outliers. When I go to SQL Monitor, it is very difficult to search the top queries to find the particular stored proc.
For instance, if I do a ctrl+f and search for "I.Invoices", the search may find that snippet in "hidden" areas (in the dropdowns) but I cannot tell where the found items are.
A query syntax search of the top queries would be extremely helpful.9 votes
Queries can now be searched. This is available from version 11.2.10.
Query search is still in preview. Please send any feedback to SQLMonitorFeedback@red-gate.com.
You currently can alias IaaS instances but the option does not show up if it is a PaaS instance.8 votes
This has been added now. Please let us know if you have any further feedback about this at SQLMonitorFeedback@red-gate.com
Redgate Monitor still does not appear to fully support Azure Managed Instances. As our primary business is about to move across solely to Azure Managed Instances, this is now a seriously high priority for us.
We are heavy users of Redgate Monitor for our business, so this is now starting to be become a bit of a worry for us.46 votes
We're now supporting Azure Managed Instances.
If there is something you think we're missing from this feature, please let us know at SQLMonitorFeedback@red-gate.com
Wire up Notifications to MS Teams (in addition to Slack)12 votes
Notifications can be sent to Microsoft Teams using Webhook notifications. See https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm/metrics-alerts-and-notifications/configuring-alert-notifications/setting-up-webhook-notifications/custom-webhook-messages for an example custom message to use for Microsoft Teams.
Whenever I add a server to the monitoring that is Express Edition, I get alerted that the SQL Agent service is not running.
Well d'uh. It's Express Edition. The Agent service cannot run on it.
Instead of always giving me this alert and then having me go in and disable it for yet another server, why not change the logic to not raise this alert at all when the edition is detected as Express?3 votes
This was fixed in version 9.0.10 released on May 1st https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm9/release-notes-and-other-versions/sql-monitor-9-0-release-notes
Please update to the latest version and let us know if that does not solve the issue for you.
SQL Monitor Team
Linux is the future of sql server. If you've not deployed SQL 2019 AlwaysOn on Kubernetes I'd highly suggest you do. The install is lightning fast compared to clunky Windows installers of the past. I really feel like Redgate is taking a slow poison by not getting on this sooner. Honestly most of the metrics in sql monitor come from the internals of sql. All we really need from Linux is probably free disk space and cpu.18 votes
Currently SQL Monitor shows the latest SQL Server 2017 version to be CU13 yet the latest is CU14. This should show the latest version.1 vote
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. This has been fixed and should now resume automatically updating once per day as long as the SQL Monitor website is still running.
If you need to manually update, you will find the instructions here: https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm9/estate/versioning-and-patching
SQL Monitor Development Team
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