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Product News : Idera Announces Free SQL XEvent Profiler
on 2014/3/11 6:39:58 (480 reads)
Product News

Idera, a leading provider of application and server management solutions, today announced the availability of SQL XEvent Profiler 1.0, a free tool that allows DBAs to create, run and view SQL event data with ease. It provides usability comparable to Microsoft SQL Profiler while leveraging the powerful and efficient SQL XEvents technology.

SQL XEvent Profiler enables DBAs to:
* View sessions and corresponding active SQL statements running on servers
* Group, sort and export events to find and share critical data with others
* Start and run in two clicks with its simple, clean design
* Easily connect to both local and remote SQL Servers

"For years, DBAs asked for a simple way to gather and view SQL events data in real-time," said Josh Stephens, Vice President of Product Strategy at Idera. "We're excited to give DBAs a free solution to this dilemma with SQL XEvent Profiler, which combines SQL Profiler's point and click simplicity with the powerful tracing framework of SQL XEvents."

Pricing and Availability


Idera's SQL XEvents Profiler 1.0 is available today and is one of Idera's many free solutions. For more information or to download, please visit http://www.idera.com/productssolutions/freetools/sqlxeventprofiler.

About Idera


Idera is a leading provider of application and server management solutions. Idera provides a wide variety of application performance management products including solutions for Microsoft SQL Server. Idera also provides award-winning server backup solutions for both managed service providers and enterprise customers. 

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