Wednesday 3rd June, 2015
9:00am to 5:00pm
Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) has been on the scene for several years, but it is only recently that is has become so popular for performance monitoring in production and development environments. Today, .NET developers can use freely available tools with a minimal performance overhead to monitor their application performance: CPU utilization, blocked threads, memory usage, and garbage collection metrics. In this workshop we will explore the rich world of ETW through free tools such as the Windows Performance Toolkit and PerfView. We will also see how to produce ETW logs from .NET applications and how to monitor ETW data in real-time from .NET code. This workshop includes labs in which you will practice performance measurement and diagnostic techniques.
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