Confio To Host Live Webinar on SQL Server Extended Events
Boulder, Colo., June 5, 2012 – Confio Software will hold a free, live webinar event on Wednesday June 6 at 2:00 p.m. ET, 7:00 p.m. UTC/GMT discussing the real value of SQL Server extended events. The webinar will be hosted by Janis Griffin, one of Confio’s expert senior database administrators (DBAs), and is designed to help DBAs improved their knowledge and understanding of using extended events to proactively monitor their SQL Server environments.
Those interested in attending the webinar can register here.
SQL Server extended events can be used to gather a wide range of performance information and to help troubleshoot performance issues. Many DBAs do not realize extended events use less system resources and provide better information than SQL Profiler and they allow for correlation of SQL Server event data alongside of OS or Application event data.
Confio recently introduced Ignite 8.2 which offers expanded support for SQL Server, including more expert advice to resolve problems, graphical analysis of execution plans, and dashboard components to allow DBAs to track more instances and instantly know which require attention. In addition to SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008, Ignite 8.2 also supports SQL Server 2012.
For more information about Confio’s solutions for DBAs or to learn more about the upcoming webinar, please visit www.confio.com.
About Confio Software
Confio Software develops database performance solution for DBAs, IT managers, and database developers, for both physical and virtual server environments. Confio’s flagship product, Ignite, helps eliminate bottlenecks, speed problem resolution, and reduce the cost of operations for SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 and Sybase databases and VMware servers. Since the company’s founding in 2002, Confio products are developed and supported from the Boulder, CO headquarters. For more information visit www.confio.com.
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