Troubleshoot Performance Issues with PerfView

  • March 19, 2013 · 11:45 AM
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There is nothing more important for business critical applications than customer satisfaction. Applications with sluggish performance not only undermine productivity but also cause end users frustration. Troubleshooting these types of issues in managed environment has never been easy primarily due to lack of quality tools that can help pin-point source of problem. Microsoft has recently introduced a new tool called PerfView to fill this vacuum. In this session Angelo & Kamran will introduce PerfView, a performance analysis tool that helps debug CPU- and memory-related performance issues. Perfview is the primary performance investigation tool used internally at Microsoft by the .NET runtime team. Angelo and Kamran will demonstrate what makes Perfview so powerful and flexible using examples typical in a constrained production environment.



Angelo Chan is a software developer who has designed and developed software for Unix, VxWorks, Linux and Windows. With a background in Telecom and Mobile Messaging, he is now working heavily with .NET technologies in the security industry. His interests include software development and patterns, .NET, operating systems, network/application reverse engineering and security. Angelo can be reached at [masked].

Kamran Bilgrami is a seasoned software developer with background in designing mission critical applications for wide variety of industries including Telecom, Security, Human Services and Healthcare. He is passionate about sharing his knoweldge with fellow community members. His areas of interest include .NET, security and patterns. You can reach him at [masked]

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  • Will F.

    We ended up taking a smaller room and Angelo went through his part of the presentation. Kamran was unable to make it.

    March 19, 2013

  • Jean-Rene R.

    Sorry! We can have this meeting today! We ahve booking conflit. We will let you know when this meeting will be reschedule.

    March 19, 2013

  • Valentin D.

    Snowy day

    March 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I will try to make it. Depends if I can get downtown tomorrow.

    March 18, 2013

  • CK W.


    March 18, 2013

  • Kirk M.

    Tentatively adding this to my calendar. I'd like to attend, depends on whether or not I can make it downtown.

    March 13, 2013

  • Gerald D.

    The date/time doesn't seem right. Can somebody check it?

    February 11, 2013

    • Joel H.

      fixed it is a lunchtime event :)

      February 12, 2013

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