Resource Governor

Mark Wilkinson walks through Resource Governor:

Now that we know which statistics we can gather, we need to actually start gathering them. While the DMVs for Resource Governor are great, they will only give you an aggregate of the usage information since the last time the statistics were reset, or the last time services were restarted.

In most cases it makes sense to store your data in a separate table so you can calculate differentials between two time periods. For our example we are only going to be interested in request counts and CPU usage. For this, we will create the following table

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