Xevents part 1: Analysing the System Health Session

Many DBA’s still rely on Profiler, despite the fact that Profile can track 200 events while Extended Events can have almost 900. The deprecated Profiler is not developed anymore and cannot cope with the new kids on the block, such as Availability Groups and Azure.

Time to show the power of Extended Events. In this first video, we’ll see how to group and filter events, check out the deadlock graphs, check for waitsstats during stressmoment. All from the default Extended Events trace, the System Health Session.

No configuration or programming yet – just the tour of functionalities.

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