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  • Blog Post: DynamicsPerf Deep Dive Blog Series

    Welcome to my blog series on Performance Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics (Dynamicsperf) !! In this series of blogs, I will be covering the technical details of the DynamicsPerf toolset and how to analyze the data. Bookmark this blog entry and check back often. I will be linking to all of the blogs...
  • Blog Post: DynamicsPerf Deep Dive – What’s the impact of running DynamicsPerf on my system?

    This is a question that I get asked a lot, and it’s a very natural one to ask. The short answer to this is almost nothing. We are simply collecting DMV data that SQL Sever already has in memory and inserting that into our DynamicsPerf database. For Dynamics AX customers, we are collecting some...
  • Blog Post: DynamicsPerf Deep Dive – The Vision

    Before I dive into all of the things you can do with DynamicsPerf, I think it’s important that I describe its history as this will tell you a lot about the vision for the toolset. DynamicsPerf was born during the development of SQL Server 2005 which gave us Dynamic Management Views (DMVs). Mark...
  • Blog Post: DynamicsPerf 1.20 RTM is HERE !!

    I would like to announce that the RTM build of DynamicsPerf 1.20 has been posted to http://dynamicsperf.codeplex.com . There is an upgrade script for both 1.20 RC0 and for those running on 1.16. A big thank you to everyone that gave feedback on this version!! I will be authoring a series of blog...
  • Blog Post: Update on determining Disk Latencies with Performance Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics

    In my previous blog about Determining Disk Latency with Performance Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics , I spoke of how to determine the disk latency. In testing, we have determined that the computed latency from sys.dm_virtual_io_file_stats does not match Windows Performance Monitor Avg. Disk Sec/Read...
  • Blog Post: New DMVs in SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 and SQL 2012 ('Denali') and Performance Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics

    One of the new features in Performance Analyzer 1.10 for Microsoft Dynamics is support for new DMVs in SQL 2008 R2 SP1 and SQL 2012. In this blog, we’ll explain what the new DMVs are and how they are used in analysis of performance issues in Microsoft Dynamics deployments. New DMVs: sys...
  • Blog Post: Performance Analyzer 1.10 for Microsoft Dynamics

    We would like to announce the release of Performance Analyzer 1.10 for Microsoft Dynamics. This new and exciting release has a long list of new features: Peformance Analyzer 1.10 NOTE: SQL Server 2008 and above only for this version. · An hourly capture of data that shows your transaction...
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