dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server 1.3
dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server is a useful tool for capturing, analyzing and saving SQL Server events.
The tool provides convenient GUI to SQL Trace for inspecting a Database Engine instance. For instance, user can audit a production environment to determine which stored procedures are affecting performance by executing too slowly.
dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server let you quickly capture and analyze SQL Server events. It is an intuitive app that has been designed to help you closely monitor SQL Server events.
Key Features include:
- Monitor the trace results as the trace runs.
- Events sorting and grouping.
- Start, stop, modify the trace results as necessary.
- Multiple event profiling templates.
- Saving trace results to a file for the future use.
- Wizard interface.
The data gathered can also be used to troubleshoot a varied range of SQL Server issues, such as excessive table/index scanning, poor-performance queries, and locking and blocking issues.
The app allows you to monitor events, which occur in the Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine. Any captured elements are instances of the event classes in the trace definition. With dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server you can monitor multiple aspects, including SQL Server database engines, analysis services and integration services. In addition, it can rapidly identify any performance issues in database management apps, queries, T-SQL or transactions.
dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server is a great tool for database administrators and developers alike. Administrators can use it to perform query analysis and execute SQL scripts, along with monitoring all messages or errors in the console, and any user activity and trace data may be audited, in order to group and aggregate it. For developers dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server has numerous tools, which provide detailed reports on the interaction between clients and the SQL Server. In addition, quality assurance testing can be perform by debugging T-SQL code and procedures.
SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1 (SP1) new syntax support.
SQL Server 2017 new syntax support *Azure SQL Data Warehouse support.