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Learn what the Database Experimentation Advisor is and how you can start using it to baseline performance from a target and source server when new changes are introduced.
Columnstore Indexes were launched in SQL Server 2012 and greatly enhanced in 2014 & 2016 - but if you thought that Microsoft was done with them - you are missing a lot of important improvements that were added.
Execution plans are key to understanding bad query performance. But they can be overwhelming to the new user. Where to start? This session will show the basics!
Learn tips and tricks to make SSIS perform better.
Every new release of SQL Server brings a whole load of new features that an administrator can add to their arsenal of efficiency. SQL Server 2019 has introduced many new features. Here is a glimpse of the features we wil
When do we get improvement in the performance, and when should we better not choosing partitioning but some other optimization techniques instead? Shall we optimize by using partitioning or yet another index?
One of the most common “false positives” that people see when troubleshooting query plans is that updating statistics “fixes” a problem. In this first session, we'll decipher the ACTUAL problem - caching or statistics?
In this second session, we'll talk about problems that are NOT caching related but in fact, actually statistics problems? More importantly, I'll give you ways to help solve them!
Learn what is necessary to keep an eye on your Azure SQL Database in order to better tune it and reduce costs.
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