Sorting And Aggregating Extended Events Results

Matthew McGiffen shows off some of the things you can do easily with Extended Events Profiler:

When I’m using Profiler to analyse performance issues I often save the results to a table, or upload a trace file into a table, so that I can analyse the data. Often this involves aggregating the values for particular queries so that I can see the most resource hungry.

This is by no means a difficult process, but with Extended Events (XE) it’s arguably even easier.

Click through for a demonstration.

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