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I have read some blog postings concerning the new perfmon counters, but I have not seen really extensive overviews yet. In this post, I would like to present not only what is new, but also what has changed (or not) and how to find it. The first step is to select all objects in SQL2008R2 and SQL2012 from the view sys.dm_os_performance_counters.
On 26 February I went to the University of Bern with my colleague Arnaud Berbier to follow an introductory conference on Ceylon, a new language inspired from Java. Unfortunately not presented by Gavin King, the leading developer of Ceylon at Red Hat, the project still was well introduced by Stéphane Epardaud. He is a long-time open source user and contributor, who is now working on the Ceylon compiler:
Yesterday was a very busy day at UKOUG 2012: many technical sessions about performances and also a time travel back in the evening. I really like sessions about performances (Oracle Optimizer) and Oracle behinds, but I will not focus on the technical side because it will take too much time (maybe in future blogs!). I will just summarize a little the main interesting topics.