The CMS Tracker was repaired, recalibrated and commissioned successfully for the second run
of Large Hadron Collider. In 2015 the Tracker performed well with improved hit efficiency
and spatial resolution compared to Run I and operated smoothly at lower temperatures after the
successful recommissioning of the cooling system. This year the detector is expected to withstand
luminosities that are beyond its design limits and will need a combined effort of both online and
offline team to yield the high quality data that is required to reach our physics goals. We present
the experience gained during the second run of the LHC and show the latest performance results
of the CMS Tracker.