SQL Professionals of Chattanooga

Next Meeting

Tuesday,

January

26

January Chapter Meeting

  • In-Person @ 100 Cherokee Blvd. Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States (map)
  • 17:30 - 19:30 (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

Featuring a remote presentation and the announcement of SQL Saturday #498 Chattanooga. Pizza and drinks provided by TEKSystems.

Featured Presentation:

Kicking and Screaming: Replacing Profiler with Extended Events

Erin Stellato, Principal Consultant SQLskills

There have been three new releases of SQL Server since the introduction of Extended Events in SQL Server 2008, and DBAs and developers alike *still* prefer Profiler. Friends, it's time to move on. If you've tried Extended Events and struggled, or if you've been thinking about it but just aren't sure where to begin, then come to this session. Using your existing knowledge and experience, we bridge the gap between Profiler and Extended Events through a series of demos, starting with the Profiler UI you know and love, and ending with an understanding of how to leverage functionality in the Extended Events UI for data analysis. By the end of this session, you’ll know how to use Extended Events in place of Profiler to continue the tasks you've been doing for years--and more. Whether you attend kicking and screaming or with boundless enthusiasm for Extended Events, you'll learn practical techniques you can put to use immediately.

About Erin:
Erin Stellato is a Principal Consultant with SQLskills and lives in Cleveland, OH. She has over 15 years of technology experience and has worked with SQL Server since 2003. Her areas of interest include internals, performance tuning, and high availability and disaster recovery. Erin is a SQL Server MVP and an active member of the SQL Server community. She is involved with the Ohio North SQL Server User Group and blogs at SQLskills.com/blogs/erin. You can find her on Twitter at @ErinStellato.

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