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    AdminNeil Turner (Admin, Red Gate Software) commented  · 

    Hi Asaf,

    You can use webhooks to send notifications to an external URL and an external service listening at that could take appropriate action. The two things to
    look at are:-

    Setting up Webhook notifications (https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm/metrics-alerts-and-notifications/configuring-alert-notifications/setting-up-webhook-notifications)

    - Custom Webhook messages (https://documentation.red-gate.com/sm/metrics-alerts-and-notifications/configuring-alert-notifications/setting-up-webhook-notifications/custom-webhook-messages)

    As far as why we don't take other actions (apart from sending an email or Webhook message), there is one big consideration: Although SQL Monitor usually gets configured to use a highly privileged account, we ty to keep SQL Monitor as close as possible to read-only. As an example, custom metric queries are automatically rolled back so they can't modify a monitored system. Webhooks provide the ability to take custom actions and also give you the flexibility to take care those actions in the way that makes sense for your environment.

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    AdminNeil Turner (Admin, Red Gate Software) commented  · 

    Hello,

    Thank you for your suggestion, SQL Monitor 10.2.7 now offers some insight into how space is utilised within tempdb. We hope these metrics are useful to you and your feedback is very welcomed as we progress with this feature.

    Thank you

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    AdminNeil Turner (Admin, Red Gate Software) commented  · 

    Hello,

    Thank you for your suggestion, SQL Monitor 10.2.7 now offers some insight into how space is utilised within tempdb. We hope these metrics are useful to you and your feedback is very welcomed as we progress with this feature.

    Thank you

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