Feb 2019 Updates – Webcast, SQLBits, SQL Saturday and Performance Tuning of Your System

As February starts, just thought of dropping a note to let you know where you can find me in the upcoming months. Do scroll down all the way to read the change in offering in SQL Server Performance Tuning Workshop.

Optimize Server Performance by Reducing IO Waits – Tips and Tricks – Online Webinar by Quest
February 12, 2019 | 10 AM PST
Click Here to Register for FREE Webinar

Pre-Conference at SQLBits: 21 Essential Scripts: Performance Tuning for EVERYONE
February 28,  2019 | Manchester
Click Here to Register for Pre-Con
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Pre-Conference at SQL Saturday Stockholm : 21 Essential Scripts: Performance Tuning for EVERYONE
May 03,  2019 | Stockholm
Click Here to Register for Pre-Con

The pre-conferences are just a day-long training delivered in person at various locations. They are not recorded and also not available anywhere else. If you want any of the training to be delivered to your organizations, you can always write an email to me at pinal@sqlauthority.com and I will be happy to customize the training for you and deliver either online (preferred) or offline (if I am traveling in that direction).

30 Days Advanced Booking

Meanwhile, here are two of the most popular services Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check and SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop are often booked very quickly for months in the advanced. For example, we are just beginning February and my most popular services are sold out all the way till March 10th. There are many queries for workshop and Health Check which I have to give dates so much in the future that it actually becomes meaningless. I have decided that now I will not take an advanced booking which are over 30 days.

Yes, that means, now you can send me the query and I will be available much sooner than before. If you have never attended any of my workshop and health check, this is the right time to sign up for them.

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

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