Being Developer, Administrator or simply Support for an Azure SQL Database based Application, there are those moments when the Azure-provided Dashboard-capabilities are not sufficient and you need to conduct a throughout trace of certain statements occurring.
Inspired by the Blog Post “Measuring Observer Overhead of SQL Trace vs. Extended Events” by Jonathan Kehayias, I was curious to do some more benchmarking. I have already presented the results in my SQL Server Master-Class workshops on XEvents as well as at the PreCon of the SQLSaturday #230. Now I am finally sharing them […]
In my session Session „Hasta la vista Profiler – Tracing with Extended Events“, which I have presented at several occasions, I used to ask the audience which tools they used for monitoring so far. I would like to use this platform to survey on a broader range as to which tools are being used by […]
No big science, more out of curiosity this time.. The Extended Events File Target for SQL Server saves data using xml, which as is well known, is a bit “chatty”. A student in my recent SQL Server Master-Class workshop on extended events came up with the question for how much (more) space he would have […]
My First Blog Post here is partly for my own cause, but on the other hand, it is for You and all those who are inquisitive and eager to learn in terms of SQL Server: I have often been asked if I wouldn’t want to write a book sometime to share my knowledge, or to […]
The Topic Locking and Read-Only for filegroups and databases is one of the ongoing myths around SQL Server in forums – and at least half of the information unfortunately wrong. Since I recently fell into the trap myself, I want to write down, how it really is. To have a definite picture, I made 3 […]
1 day Practical SQL Server Performance Analysis at SQLSaturday Melbourne on 29 June.
Azure Community Singapore (ACS) on 25 June.
Presentation: Azure SQL Database Managed Instance – The Better Alternative to Azure SQL Database or SQL Server in a VM?