SQLAuthority News – SQL Wait Stats Book – Available as Kindle eBook – October Special

Get SQL Wait Stats – Kindle Edition

SQLAuthority News - SQL Wait Stats Book - Available as Kindle eBook - October Special j2pwait_s Last month I released my SQL Wait Stats  book. This book is the beginning of my journey in wait stats. It has been extremely popular and so far in India it has sold all the print copies twice on Flipkart. This book is available in the United States on Amazon and it has gotten a tremendous response as well. What is special about this book is that it gives you the opportunity to start on performance tuning instantly after receiving the book. The scripts are very simple and they are all available online on this blog. Additionally, the book is open for improvement and suggestions. There are so many different kinds of wait stats that it is not possible to cover all of them, but I have attempted to cover almost all of the most important ones and most frequently encountered.

So far this book was available in India and the United States. However, here is the good news for worldwide readers and everybody who was waiting for the eBook version of SQL Wait Stats. We have an eBook version out for sale! Looking at your response for the month of October we have a special price as well. The price for the eBook in the United States is USD 3.99 – you can spend less than a large coffee and gain the knowledge to find bottlenecks and improve the performance of your SQL Server. The price for the rest of the world is between 3.99 to 5.99, based on your country location. In any case, now there is no excuse to not read this book. If you do not own a Kindle device, there is no need to buy one, you can download Kindle for PC right now and get your SQL Wait Stats eBook.

Please note, there are still 25 more days in October. After October the price will reset to the regular higher price.

SQL Wait Stats – Kindle Edition

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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