Introduction to Extended Events (video)

Extended Events were introduced with SQL Server 2008. Extended Events is a replacement for Server Side Traces and so much more – it’s a lightweight way to look at SQL Server performance, events, deadlocks, locking, blocking, and more. In this webcast, Jeremiah Peschka provides a high-level introduction to Extended Events. You’ll learn about how Extended Events are structured, how to find out what’s available, and where to get started.

Find out more at our Extended Events resource page.

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