Karel Coenye a senior SQL Server trainer and Consultant at Kohera, has been working with SQL Server in different roles since 1999. Currently working on different database projects as SQL architect while coaching and training other DBAs and developers. Experienced in both full development-environments as in production environments with large server with multiple large databases specialized in tuning, tweaking and monitoring.
His IT passion drives him towards the physical and virtual bottlenecks while seeking ways to push systems towards their limits.
Karel Coenye has submitted a session for SQLBits XIV, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions
The new SQL Server 2014 CE is one of the biggest changes
Let's see what's changed, How to debug it, walk through the density calculations,
combined Filter and key Scenario’s and see how this impacts your performance
The fill-factor index option has a huge impact on the performance of your DB. By using a different approach for specific use cases this session will give you the tools to find the most optimal fill-factor for your tables.