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Extended Events demos on Microsoft Virtual Academy

I had an opportunity recently to contribute a presentation to the Microsoft Virtual Academy as part of the Mission Critical Confidence using SQL Server 2012 course offering. The MVA offers you a myriad of free training opportunities, so I encourage anyone who is interested in expanding your knowledge to take advantage of this offering.

For those of you who don’t want to invest the time to go through the whole course, you can access my presentation here. I cover the following topics:

  • Integration of Extended Events into AlwaysOn troubleshooting.
  • Troubleshooting Login failures using client/server correlation.
  • Troubleshooting query performance issues using client/server correlation.

I’m not sure how long content is made available on MVA, I got the impression that it would be removed as some point in the future, but should be there for at lease several months.

- Mike

Published Wednesday, March 28, 2012 10:31 PM by extended_events

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About extended_events

The SQL Server Extended Events team at Microsoft is responsible for the care and feeding of the Extended Events infrastructure. Extended Events was introduced in SQL Server 2008 and supports generic eventing within SQL Server. Currently Extended Events is used for diagnostic tracing and as one of the technologies underlying SQL Server Audit.
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