SQLWATCH needs your help #SQLFamily

Originally posted on January 24th, 2020

Hey SQLWatchers,

First of all, thank you for the growing community and for using SQLWATCH.

As of January 2020, SQLWATCH is about hit over 7700 GitHub Release downloads. This does not include source code downloads and offline installations. I am myself aware of many places that download the release or source code once and deploy to their servers. The total instances monitored by SQLWATCH is exceeding well over 10000. Thank you! The more users we have the better the product will become.

Bugs

Firstly, I would like to ask you to keep raising bugs and share ideas, suggestions and even requirements on our GitHub. Anything that you would like to change or do not like, please raise on GitHub. This is the only way to improve SQLWATCH.

Testimonials

I would like to thank Kevin Chant (https://www.kevinrchant.com/) for suggesting this idea. If you have something to say about SQLWATCH and would like to share your experience as well as get some exposure for yourself or your business then I would like to invite you to submit your review: Submit Testimonials

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Marcin Gminski

Marcin Gminski

Following his degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Information Technology, Marcin has gained over 20 years’ experience and knowledge of the SQL Server administration, Data Migrations, E2E performance testing and tuning, database development life cycle covering technical architecture, data analysis, logical and physical design including disaster recovery, specification, coding, implementation, and support. Marcin has delivered data migration projects in banking, retail, automotive and medical industries.
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