Thank you for your e-mail that my Sales colleague, Jenna Wass, passed onto the Product Support.
SQL Monitor has been designed to monitor every database, this is the purpose of tool to monitor your SQL Servers.
Whilst you can suspend monitoring for database maintenance reasons - http://www.red-gate.com/supportcenter/C ... nceWindows
Or for certain alerts, not all of the alerts, you can choose not to alert for specific databases and through the Alerts Overview filter out databases that you wish not to see alerts generated for them. There is no option to suspend or stop monitoring specific databases.
Therefore I have submitted Feature Request SRP-5652, to request the ability to suspend monitoring for specific databases. I cannot guarantee that this request will be successful or if approval is given what future version of SQL Monitor it will appear in.
I will be maintain what our Bug Tracking / Feature Request system calls a 'Watch', which means I will be updated on the actions taken by the SQL Monitor Development Team.
I believe that you have been in contact with your Red Gate Sales Representative and a support call F0055789 was generated for you.