CISL 1.4.0

Niko Neugebauer has released the latest version of his Columnstore Index Scripts Library:

Another happy release of the CISL (Columnstore Indexes Script Library) is live – this time it is 1.4.0!

This release is focusing on the addition of the Extended Events, so that a user of CISL can easily set up the events for each of the SQL Server (2012,2014,2016) or Azure SQL Database versions.

This is an open source library which I recommend if you deal with columnstore indexes in any fashion.

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