Commit to supporting Linux in some way
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.
Max Drobot (Redgate) commented
SQL Monitor is supporting SQL Server on Linux and Postgres on Linux as of version v13.0.
It doesn't support kubernetes (yet).
Kris Budde commented
I totally agree with @twiggy.
Running and maintaining sql server on linux is much easier than on windows.
Kubernetes already provides a big set of metrics for each pod. It's just missing sql server metrics.
So please readgate: Some commitment would be nice.