9/05/2011 12:59:26 AM
SQL Server database optimisation remains an interesting mix of art & science, requiring practitioners to interpret some things which can be measured easily (eg CPU utilisation) and others that can't (eg page splits, changing query plans). Understanding how to "read between the lines" and differentiate between "cause" and "effect" are essential skills in optimising SQL Server database systems and in this presentation, Greg Linwood will cover the essentials for beginners and also some advanced conecepts for seasoned pro's.
Greg Linwood is the Managing Director of MyDBA.com - a SQL Server specialist optimisation, support & consulting business. Greg has a wide range of developer & DBA experience with SQL Server since 1993 and was the first Australian to receive Microsoft's SQL Server "Most Valuable Professional" award in 2003. Greg was one of the founders of the Australian SQL Server User Group in 2003.
Venue: Microsoft Level 5, Building 4, Freshwater Place, Southbank , Melbourne, VIC |
Duration 5:30PM pizzas & drinks for 6:00 start, approx 7:45pm finish |
On: Tuesday, 17 May 2011