Having a tool to be able to monitor CLR health will be essential as you deploy more and more managed code within SQL Server. Extended Events offers a great lightweight means to do just that. This article shows how to deploy a session that will capture the various changes with CLR objects within our database environment. In addition, you will be able to capture various conditions related to performance or problems with the managed code. You may even recognize some of the CLR events from the system_health session.
In this article I have introduced you to a quick session setup that comes from using the SPDiag tool that could plausibly be useful in the troubleshooting of various different problems (most probably performance related) with Sharepoint.