1/08/2011 6:11:21 AM
There are a number of important trace flags that should be implemented in most production environments. Yet many DBAs and DB Developers think that trace flags should only be used for testing purposes or to "show-off" at conferences. That they are not supported. Yet nothing could be further from the truth. A good example is trace flag 4199. (Yes, it's probably worth your while reading KB974006 to understand what trace flag 4199 does!).
In this session, Victor Isakov [i](MCA, MCM, MCT, MVP)[/i] and Julie Koesmarno [i](MCITP)[/i] will present the important trace flags that all DBAs should know, what they do, when to implement them and how best to implement them in a production environment. This will enable you to maximize the performance and reliability of your SQL Server infrastructure.
Venue: Sydney Mechanics' School Arts |
Duration 5:30PM Networking (Pizza & Drinks provided) | 6:00PM - 8:00PM Session |
On: Tuesday, 13 September 2011