Scott Fallen

Scott (@ScottFallen) leads SentryOne’s Solutions Engineering team. He and the rest of the team interact with customers and prospective customers at conferences and trade shows, and provide demos and online webinars to existing and future users of the SentryOne platform. Scott has been teaching the SQL Server community and our customers about our products since 2010. Scott’s blog covers events that the SentryOne team attends and offers tips on using our software. Whether you are an existing customer, evaluating the software, or just curious who we are, be sure to check out his blog to see what is going on at SentryOne.

Articles by Scott Fallen

Scott Fallen is pleased to announce two new members of the SentryOne Solutions Engineering team: Devon Leann Wilson and Andy Yun.
June 1, 2017 | Scott Fallen | Career, SentryOne 1
Scott Fallen invites you to join SentryOne at SQLBits 2017, from the 5th to 8th of April.
March 22, 2017 | Scott Fallen | Community, SQLBits, SentryOne 0
Strategies and best practices for SQL Server alerts. Alert priorities, avoiding alert fatigue, and having a solid overall strategy are key.
January 23, 2017 | Scott Fallen | Alerting, SQL Server 0
Scott Fallen talks about SQL Sentry's participation in the upcoming SQLintersection conference being held in Orlando, April 17-22.
February 17, 2016 | Scott Fallen | Community, SQLintersection 0
Scott Fallen explains how SQL Sentry software can co-exist and even integrate with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager.
March 19, 2015 | Scott Fallen | SQL Sentry 4
Sales Engineer Scott Fallen describes how to set up SQL Sentry alerting so that the right people are notified during the right time frames.
January 12, 2015 | Scott Fallen | Alerting, Event Calendar 0
SQL Sentry Performance Advisor (PA) for Windows is one of our newer product offerings, and I think one that could use a little bit of use-case clarification.
For many DBAs and other IT professionals, on-call hours are part of the job. Keeping critical servers and applications running 24/7 requires the ability to respond to problems at any time of day.
November 19, 2013 | Scott Fallen | SQL Sentry, Event Calendar, Monitoring 0

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