Tracing & Monitoring with SQL Server 2012 Extended Events
Extended Events, although in the product since SQL Server 2008, so far have only been known and used by experts as extremely lightweight and flexible tracing-framework in SQL Server. With SQL 2012 this important feature, that will replace SQL Trace & Profiler, finally gets its GUI. Here you will get to know the architecture and basics of extended event sessions and then learn how they give you completely new possibilities for troubleshooting and tracing in general. You will understand the built-in sessions that SQL Server 2008 and 2012 ship with and see some real-world application
will never use TraceFlag 1222 for capturing deadlock-information once you know what’s already inside SQL Server, ready to be pulled out.
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Andreas Wolter, SARPEDON Quality Lab (http://www.SarpedonQualityLab.com) is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) SQL Server 2008 and holds numerous other certifications, including MCT, MCITPDD, MCITPBID, MCITPDA, MCDBA, and MCSA.
He has worked with SQL Server for over a decade, presenting professional classes and developing at customers sites and specializes in development and optimization of database systems and data warehouse environments, with a focus on scalable, performing, and secure deployments. You can find his blog at http://www.vb-magazin.de/forums/blogs/andreaswolter and his TwitterHandle is @AndreasWolter.
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