Think your SQL DB can handle it? Prove it.
Web developers have lots of great tools for simulating times of stress ... BUT how do we stress test the DB - the critical component in lots of processes - has the DB stress been neglected?
Microsoft Load Testing works perfectly and 'point and clicky' for SQL Server too - and it should be a tool in your armoury if you manage OR develop any form of critical SQL DB.
Come to this session and see how to simply and quickly apply some stress to your DB in a controlled environment _before_ that happens in production and the finger-pointing starts. Front-end developers have proved their code - can you say the same for the DB?
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Hue Holleran is a professional consultant specialising in Enterprise RDBMS solutions: SQL Server since v4.2, Oracle since v7 and Hadoop since its first releases - and all versions of those products since.
After more than 20-years as a consultant to over 100-organisations - and the largest global brands in various industries - Hue has established a reputation for developing innovative BUT practical solutions. Since developing in mainframe 'C' and DBase/FoxBase+ in the 1980's and Oracle and SQL Server in the 1990's, Hue's current interest is in multi-terabyte and multi-threaded BigData and Enterprise-scale solutions.
Having frequently presented on various topics since presenting for Microsoft at all UK venues for the launch of Visual Studio 6 in 1998, Hue's current focus is on leveraging the database's enterprise capabilities to implement truly robust and resilient systems that retain excellent performance even in the most challenging of environments.
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