The tempdb system database is essential for the performance of SQL Server. The tempdb system database holds temporary user objects, results created via queries and sorts, and other objects created by SQL Server. Even when not explicitly using temporary tables and table variables, internal SQL Server processes and SQL queries use tempdb extensively. Finding and fixing performance issues for tempdb is critical for maintaining a SQL Server that performs well.
Attend the session “How to monitor the performance of SQL Server’s tempdb system database” on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 at 10 am CT to learn how to monitor tempdb to improve its performance on-premises and in the cloud with SQL Diagnostic Manager.
If you cannot attend live, please register anyway, and you can view the webinar recording after the session.