16/06/2009 4:53:52 AM
Will adding more processors to your SQL Server automatically improve question? You would think so... But in certain scenarios you will find that performance will actually be degraded. That queries will be executed poorly, or that there will be more contention problems, or a range of other issues. In this session Victor Isakov will present a number of problems that you may encounter due to a "high" degreee of parallelism, and how to manage them. In this day and age where quad-core, quad-processor servers are becoming the norm, it is more important for the DBA to understand how to configure and troubleshoot such SQL Server instances.
[b]Speaker:[/b] 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.
Venue: Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney |
Duration 5:30PM Networking (Pizza & Drinks provided) | 6:00PM - 8:00PM Session |
On: Tuesday, 11 August 2009