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Monitoring Production Instances.

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We will soon have 200 + production instances. In an effort to be more
pro active, I am looking for a way to monitor jobs, both failed and
long running, Disk space, and other such things like CPU load etc.
I would appreicate any suggestions you might have on accomplishing
this. For instance, is there anything in reporting services that might
help accomplish this ? Most of the instances are 2k, but we also have
some 2k5.
Best Regards
SGB

May 10 '06 #1
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(sg*******@gmail.com) writes:
We will soon have 200 + production instances. In an effort to be more
pro active, I am looking for a way to monitor jobs, both failed and
long running, Disk space, and other such things like CPU load etc.
I would appreicate any suggestions you might have on accomplishing
this. For instance, is there anything in reporting services that might
help accomplish this ? Most of the instances are 2k, but we also have
some 2k5.


I think you should look at MOM, Microsoft Operations Manager.
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Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarskog.se

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May 10 '06 #2

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