New course: Replacing Profiler with Extended Events

Erin’s new course is called SQL Server: Replacing Profiler with Extended Events and is just under 2.5 hours long. It’s based on her very popular user group/conference session and will help you move painlessly from using Profiler to using Extended Events – as Extended Events are the only way to monitor all features added in SQL Server 2012 and later.

The modules are:

  • Introduction
  • Transitioning from Profiler’s UI to Extended Events
  • Leveraging the Extended Events UI
  • Understanding Target Options for Extended Events
  • Avoiding Performance Issues with Extended Events

Check it out here.

We now have more than 140 hours of SQLskills online training available (see all our courses here), all for as little as $29/month through Pluralsight (including more than 4,500 other developer and IT training courses). That’s unbeatable value that you can’t afford to ignore.

Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “New course: Replacing Profiler with Extended Events

  1. Comprehensive training and excellent demo.

    Encourages to use extends from now as I think Profiler is going to be deprecated in forthcoming versions of SQL Server.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Other articles

Some thoughts on courage

(This is also the Ponderings – editorial – in today’s SQLskills newsletter.) I want to start out this post by sincerely thanking everyone who emailed

Explore

Imagine feeling confident enough to handle whatever your database throws at you.

With training and consulting from SQLskills, you’ll be able to solve big problems, elevate your team’s capacity, and take control of your data career.