Schedule Tasks Using SQL Server Agent

In this blog, we are going to cover Schedule Tasks Using SQL Server Agent In Database systems that need regular maintenance, which includes tasks like making backups and updating statistics.

Maintenance may also include regularly scheduled jobs that execute against a database. What is Task Scheduling? Database systems need regular maintenance, which includes tasks like making backups and updating statistics. Maintenance may include incorporating routinely scheduled jobs that execute against a database. Some common examples of these jobs would be to extract, transform, and load data from a transaction processing system into a data warehouse.

What is Task Status Notification?

SQL Server Agent gives this usefulness through a group of objects. Alerting is most usually done by means of email utilizing the Database Mail functionalities of SQL Server.

• Notifications—notify an operator of the completion, success, or failure of a job.

• Operators—alias for people or group who receives notifications.

• Alerts—are assigned to an operator, for either a notification or a defined error condition.

What is Extended Events?

Extended events are a lightweight and very extensive diagnostic system that is built into SQL Server and Azure SQL Database and managed instances. Extended events allow you to collect additional information about the internal operations of your databases.

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Topics, we’ll cover:

1. Introduction

2. Create A SQL Server maintenance plan

3. What Are Extended events

4. Create An Extended Events Session

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