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SQL Server 2005 Locking Architecture / DBA Best Practices - Victor Isakov
Author: Grant Paisley Date Posted: 12/11/2007 11:26:53 AM
Session 1: SQL Server 2005 Locking Architecture
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Performance problems can be related to concurrency issues, as opposed to hardware/resource issues. Consequently it is important for both the developer and the DBA to understand how locking works. In this session Victor will examine SQL Server's locking architecture and how to configure and troubleshoot locking.

Session 2: SQL Server 2005 DBA Best Practices
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In the second session Victor is going to draw from his expertise in the field and present a number of best practices in the areas of database engine configuration, database configuration, database consistency checks and disaster recovery. A very practical session for DBAs of all levels.

Victor Isakov is a Database Architect and Microsoft Certified Trainer who provides consulting and training services to various organizations in the public, private and NGO sectors globally, and been involved in different capacities at various international events and conferences. He has authored a number of books on SQL Server and worked closely with Microsoft to develop the new generation of SQL Server 2005 Certification and Microsoft Official Curriculum for both instructor led training (ILT) and e-Learning.

In 2007 he was invited by Microsoft to attend the SQL Ranger program at Redmond (US), thus being the first non-Microsoft attendee to have completed the MCA: Database course.

Victor has finally started blogging on SQL Server in November 2007: http://www.victorisakov.com

Venue: Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney | Duration 5:30pm Share Ideas, Network with your Peers (with Pizza & Drinks), 6:00pm until 8pm Session | On: Wednesday, 14 November 2007