SQLAuthority News – Tomorrow Online Session – Ancient Trade of Performance Tuning – Index, Beyond Index and No Index

Today in few hours I am going to present on my very favorite subject of performance tuning.

You can read more about this sessions over here.

This presentation is based on the famous book ‘The Art of War’ written in sixth century BC by Sun Tzu. Index is usually a favorite tool of many when it is about performance tuning. However, Index is not everything. Performance tuning is much very deep subject and one needs to understand various aspect of the performance tuning. In today’s session I will cover performance tuning beyond indexes. I have created some real interesting demos.

Sessions Details

Title: Ancient Trade of Performance Tuning – Index, Beyond Index and No Index
Timing: September 29, 2011 11:45am-12:45pm IST
SQL Server Indexes are double edge sword. If used properly it gives tremendous performance improvement of the server. However, there is a dark side of the Index as well, which one needs to learn before using them to improve performance of the query. In this session we will go over various concepts of the Indexes which are not common but extremely important.
Location: Register for Virtual Tech Days

Giveaways

During my session I will ask a simple question. I will give away 5 copies of my SQL Server Wait Stats books to five random person who will answer it correctly. If you have already have this book, I strongly suggest you attend this session as this session will take the performance tuning concepts to next level. I will make sure that I autograph and send this copies to your way.

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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2 thoughts on “SQLAuthority News – Tomorrow Online Session – Ancient Trade of Performance Tuning – Index, Beyond Index and No Index

  1. Hi Pinal,
    I’ve been referring to your blog several times to fix so many of my day to day issues.Looks like i missed this session.Do you have a video of this session? I’m interested in watching it.

    Thanks,
    Madhu

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