It is absolutely free video and I talk about some of the coolest SQL Server new features for performance tuning. I answered few questions at the end of the session as well. Do not miss to attend the same.
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 2016 / 2017 has introduced many new features. In this 55 minute session, we will be learning quite a few of the new features of SQL Server 2016 / 2017. Here is the glimpse of the features we will cover in this session.
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- 21 Essential Scripts: Jump-Start Performance Tuning for Accidental DBAs – PASS Pre-Con 2018
This is one of the most awaited pre-conference where I teach whole day about SQL Server Performance Tuning. If you are going to be at SQLPASS 2018, you do not want to miss to attend this pre-conference. You can click here to register for the session.
- Practical Real World Performance Tuning – Live Class with Brent Ozar
One of the most successful launches in my life. Brent and I had initially launched 3 classes for various timezone and it was amazing to see the responses for them. We pretty much sold out in no time and after increasing the class size, we were not able to accommodate everyone. The most encouraging part of this training is the how much attendees can learn in just 4 hours. You can read over 34 Five Star Reviews (when I wrote this blog post) and decide. You can click here to register for the session.
- SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop
If you are not going to be at SQLPASS 2018 in Seattle or have not signed up for my online live training class. You can still opt for my in-person live customized SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop. The workshops are specifically crafted for you as well as your organization. Remember, it is not your old school boring theory class, it is fun, interactive and live class where we become friends and learn something together. You can click here to register for the session.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)