Devart Released a New Free Tool — dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server
Devart announced release of a new free tool — dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server. The tool provides convenient GUI to SQL Trace for inspecting a Database Engine instance. dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server enables to capture and save data about each event to a trace file to analyze it later. For instance, user can audit a production environment to determine which stored procedures are affecting performance by executing too slowly.
Also, this information can be used to troubleshoot a wide range of SQL Server issues, such as poorly-performing queries, locking and blocking, excessive table/index scanning, and a lot more.
* Watch 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
* Clear wizard interface
dbForge Event Profiler for SQL Server helps DBAs to monitor the activity of SQL Server Database Engine and identify performance-related problems with front-end application, queries, T-SQL, transactions. Furthermore, the tools provides database developers with a capability of viewing how SQL Server works when interacting with a client, debugging T-SQL code and stored procedures and performing stress and quality assurance testing.