dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server 1.8.11

dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server is a FREE tool that allows you to capture and analyze SQL Server events. The events and data columns are stored in a physical trace file for later examination.

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Price $0.00
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File Size 46.29 MB ( 47,396 KB )
Published Apr 14, 2015 (8 years ago)
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Product Details

dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server is a FREE tool that allows you to capture and analyze SQL Server events. The events and data columns are stored in a physical trace file for later examination. You can use this information to identify and troubleshoot many SQL Server-related problems to make it a smooth database sailing. Whether it's high server load or certain queries impacting database stability, Event Profiler is a handy solution for inspecting and analyzing its performance for SQL Server.

Key features:

* View sessions running on servers and the queries they are executing
* Find out a front-end application or a toot with the heaviest activity
* Examine a statement, a batch or a procedure with poor performance
* Detect the queries that impact server productivity the most
* Monitor, trace, and investigate user activity for audit purposes
* Track users' impact on SQL Server resource utilization
* Identify the users responsible for particular activities on the server
* Trace activity of SQL Server Database Engine

You can always find the latest version of the product on the official Devart website.

Requirements: .NET Framework 4.7.2 or higher installed
Release Info: Major Update on Dec 31, 1969
Release Notes: Connectivity support for SQL Server 2022 CTP 2.1
Related Tags: sql profiler sql server profiler sql server trace sql profiler trace trace sql server

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