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Posted 13 Oct 2015

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Is SQL Server killing your application’s performance?

13 Oct 2015CPOL4 min read
When an application suffers from performance problems, it’s common to assume the database is at fault. Ben Emmett examines why this often isn’t the case, and shows how you can dig into a .NET application’s use of SQL Server with ANTS Performance Profiler.

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Ben Emmett
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Ben is a technical product manager for Redgate’s developer tools. He spends his days digging into what makes applications grind to a halt, what makes them bloat and fall over, and what it takes to build something fast and scalable. When he’s not doing that, he’s probably messing with some electronics, cooking, or playing the violin.

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