Magi Naumova is an SQL Server Architect and Consultant, speaker and trainer, Microsoft Certified Master, MVP, MCT, Founder of SQL Master Academy, and fonder and CEO Of Inspirit Data Platform Consulting Company in Bulgaria and Norway, founder and leader of the BG SQL User group. She has more than 15 years SQL Server training and consulting experience. Magi is a former member of Microsoft Services Worldwide Technical Leadership Team, а Microsoft "Women worth watching": http://zd.net/1lwNYKH Currently she speaks, writes, trains and consults people on SQL Server. Her unique SQL Master Academy training program has helped hundreds of specialists to feel knowledgeable in their daily work or to find an inspirational career path in the world of SQL Server.
Margarita Naumova has submitted 5 sessions for SQLBits 2020, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

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?
Find what’s in AQP for you and how it affects your queries and workload. You will find answers of questions like is there a reason to migrate my database to SQL Server 2017 or 2019, what it will bring in your workload.
When do indexes help and when do you need to take a different approach or to rewrite the query. Which are the bad patterns which will prevent you from using index optimizations and how to avoid them?
You have a Datawarehouse and a BI solution on premise. Come and see what you could get from the Azure Cloud menu for your current Analytics solution, where to start and how to put your DW in a modern lane.
Achieve optimal performance from your SQL Analytics deployment by learning some design key tips and tricks.

Sessions

Previous Sessions

The session will uncover the In-Memory OLTP architecture, the concerns about data durability and database startup and recovery as well as some important consideration on Management of in-memory objects.
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