SQL SERVER – Finding Top Offenders in SQL Server 2012 – Notes from the Field #068

[Note from Pinal]: This is a 68th episode of Notes from the Fields series. Performance tuning gets easier with SQL Server 2012. For the first time, you can capture a workload and find your top offenders inside of Management Studio without having to write a single line of T-SQL or use any third party tools.

SQL SERVER - Finding Top Offenders in SQL Server 2012 - Notes from the Field #068 JohnSterrett

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In this episode of the Notes from the Field series database expert John Sterrett (Group Principal at Linchpin People) explains a very common issue DBAs and Developer faces in their career – how to find top offenders in SQL Server. Linchpin People are database coaches and wellness experts for a data driven world. Read the experience of John in his own words.


One of the biggest mistakes with performance tuning is not knowing where to start. Sometimes performance tuning can be like finding a needle in a haystack. This is because you might not have a great process to help you find your top offenders. In this short five minute video below you will be able to utilize extended events to aggregate and group completed statements so you can find your top offenders without having to write any T-SQL code.

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Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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