How many of you monitor the SQL Servers with SCOM? I would like to have an idea on how popular SCOM is. Please answer the poll.
Monitoring Microsoft SQL Server with System Center Operations Manager(SCOM)
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It may be interesting to poll satisfaction also.
That was going to be my second poll! 😉
We use it, and it seems to have found itself in an early warning default mode, which actually puts it in a product space away from my dependence on Quest’s Spotlight and SQL Response (they seem to have all a little bit of difference that I need them all :).