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Alerting; Beyond the Basics

Many people are unaware of the basic alerting capability available in SQL Server. Those that do have likely just scratched the surface of what is possible. In this session sponsored by SentryOne, we shall discuss why alerting is important and how to move from basic alerting to more advanced alerting techniques allowing you to take automated actions when problems occur. You will even learn how you can create alerts in multi-tenancy environments and increase visibility with other collaboration platforms on your mobile devices.

Richard Douglas

Richard Douglas is a Solutions Engineer for SentryOne where he specialises in providing Microsoft Data Platform monitoring solutions and system health checks to organisations across the globe. Richard was the founder of the Maidenhead SQL Server User Group and has spoken at several PASS events including the PASS Summit, SQL Rally's and SQL Saturdays. Previously Richard had also regularly presented webinars for former employer Quest/Dell Software and PASS Virtual Chapters on various SQL Server related topics and was a technical reviewer on two SQL Server 2012 books. Richard can be contacted via Twitter @SQLRich or on his blog UID:SQLBITS3333SEQUENCE:0 DTSTAMP:20170524T003528Z END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR