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SQL Saturday 953 Rochester NY

Date/Time: Saturday, February 29, 2020 11:20 AM to 12:20 PM
Location: Rochester Institute of Technology, 1 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, New York, 14623, United States

View Event:  Extended Events – How to collect the first 10 or every 4th event

Fast-paced 15-minutes-or-less talks, followed by a chance to have some Q&A with the speaker.

Extended Events offers a rich filtering mechanism, called predicates. Have you ever thought of collecting only the 4th event, first 10 occurrences of an event, capture a wait_type when it triggers more than a certain number of times while using extended events but were not sure how to do that?

In this lightning talk, I will show you exactly how to do that by applying predicate on something called ‘Predicate Source’.

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