Wed, Sep 09 2015 12:00 Mountain Daylight Time
Tracing and Extended Events - 3 Methods to End the Madness – sponsored by Dell Software
In this Session, 3 different approaches to using Tracing and Extended Events will be covered:
1. The Long Running Query,
2. The Thousand Paper Cuts - De-Parameterization & Aggregation, and
3. Looking at Space between SQL Calls (how to determine when application slowness does NOT involve the SQL Server).
With each of these approaches we will go over setting up both traditional Traces and the newer Extended Events to capture the information you need. How to analyze and make sense of the captured data. Lots of demos and take-away scripts in this session.
Mindy Curnutt is a SQL Server MVP and has been actively involved in the SQL Server Community since 2000. She has presented at her local North Texas SQL Server User Group (2002, 2003, 2015), SQLPASS Summits (2005, 2006, 2012, 2013), and numerous SQLSaturday events (2013-2015). She was a SME for both the SQL 2012 and 2014 Certification Exams and is an MSPress Books co-author. Mindy works for Trimble Navigation/TMW Systems as a distinguished engineer and the director of database architecture.
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September 23: Noon Eastern
October 14: Noon Mountain
The DBA Virtual Chapter holds two webinars each month. The first one is on the second Wednesday at noon, Mountain time and the second one is on the fourth Wednesday at noon, Eastern time. These 1 - 1¼ hour presentations include slides, demos and a time for questions and answers. The meetings are recorded and archived.
We thank our sponsor