Windows Internals with Sysinternals
2 day webinar/virtual class - presented by David
Spend 2 days with David Solomon exploring the internals of key Windows kernel components and mechanisms
with the Sysinternals tools in this 2 day webinar (a subset of
full 5 day Windows OS
internals class that we teach regularly to companies worldwide,
including Microsoft). The class is scheduled on a Monday and
Wednesday to allow you a work day in between.
The webinar is transmitted via Microsoft Live Meeting and requires
you install the
Live Meeting client (the web client does not support voice over IP).
Joining instructions will be sent out the week prior to registered
attendees. Audio will be transmitted via the internet (phone dial
in will be available if VOIP quality is not good enough - from past
classes, 90% of attendees get clear audio from the VOIP).
Topics include kernel architecture, memory management, thread
scheduling, interrupt processing, time accounting, and crash dump
analysis. This knowledge will help you help you troubleshoot difficult
system problems as well as understand the true meaning behind key system
performance counters. Developers benefit by being able to understand the
platform more deeply, which enables understanding performance tradeoffs
as well as being able to debug system level issues more effectively.
If you want to follow along and try some of the tools referenced
during the class, see the
Watch a Sample
You can view or download a 5 minute sample of a