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:
- 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.
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2 thoughts on “New course: Replacing Profiler with Extended Events”
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.
its a very informative and totally engrossing demo.I think it will come in handy for students of Computer Science Department of the University of Nigeria Nsukka http://physicalscs.unn.edu.ng/faculty/department/computer-science/ to learn and be properly informed.