Indias premier online technical event is back again with the 6th Edition of Microsoft Virtual TechDays, scheduled to be held between August 19 -21, 2009. During these three days, you will have an opportunity to deep-dive into latest Microsoft Technologies and get a resolution to your most puzzling technical problems directly from the Technology Experts.
I will be presenting two of the SQL Server Sessions on second day of the event on August 20th, 2009.
SQL Server 2008: High Availability with SQL Server 2008 – “When, what where and how?
Often in implementing High-Availability (HA) options with SQL Server we have seen people confuse it with DR options. This sessions brings out the practical things to consider using HA options and some of the core features introduced with SQL Server 2008 which makes some of the HA options so compelling for Enterprises to use. HA options can be used in various mix-and-match flavors and this session shows how a combination can get compelling architectures one can implement.
SQL Server 2008 – Performance tuning – Learn the techniques of the master for server tuning
If your system has a performance problem, how do you know whether the problem lies in the application or the database? You need a tool that will let you view interactions between the application and the database, and that’s where Microsoft SQL Server Profiler and a number of other tools comes in. In this webcast, we’ll take a look at some common problems (with CPU, Memory, Network, Storage etc) and teach you how to analyze those tricky performance problems that lie somewhere between the application and the database but the components that surround them.
Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)