I have outlined a number of blogs here that point to the basics of working with Extended Events. Some of them also detail you some specific scenarios that you can use inside your environments.
This blog is in continuation to what I wrote couple of weeks back – SQL Server – Knowing the Use of Deprecated or Discontinued Features. The concept of using a deprecated feature is not by intensions by developers but is an accident for many. When I wrote that blog post, lesser…Read More
Digging some of my older posts reveal I have written a blog already on Page Splits with SQL Server. This was no surprise because I am in constant need to reinvent as I write the blog posts. Now you might ask, why was I searching. Well, when I was talking…Read More
There are several ways to know the version of SQL Server. But did you know that there are two system procedures through which you can know the version? They are SP_SERVER_INFO and EXEC XP_MSVER EXEC sp_SERVER_INFO If you execute the above, you get a result set with informations about the…Read More
Let me take a tour to what are we talking here from a scenario point of view. Prior to SQL Server 2012, tracing the execution plan is an all or nothing approach. In profiler, if we select execution plan, we will get every occurrence of every execution plan for all…Read More
Download Extended Event Profile FREE We often resist the change, we do not like change and we keep on using the same old technology which we have been using it to resolve the new challenges which we face in our daily life. The Extended Event is such a technology as…Read More
Tomorrow is the third day of the TechED India 2011 at Bangalore. I will be speaking on two very interesting sessions. If you are developer, database administrator or just want to learn something new and interesting, I suggest you attend my two sessions tomorrow. Here is the details of the…Read More