SQL Operations Studio, June Release

Alan Yu announces the June release of SQL Operations Studio:

The June public preview release is focused on improving our Extensibility experience with the release of new extensions as well as addressing top GitHub issues.

Highlights for this build include the following.

  • SQL Server Profiler for SQL Operations Studio Preview extension initial release

  • Azure SQL Data Warehouse extension

  • Edit Data Filtering and Sorting

  • SQL Server Agent for SQL Operations Studio Preview extension enhancements for Jobs and Job History views

  • Build your own SQL Ops Studio extension

  • Visual Studio Code Refresh

  • Fix GitHub Issues

I saw “SQL Server Profiler” and started wondering what was going on, until Alan explained that it’s actually the lightweight Extended Events profiler and not the heavyweight beast we know and love and/or hate.

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