SQL Exclusive Video Released on YouTube

I have been doing SQL Server Performance Tuning for many years and have worked with lots of different organizations to tune their SQL Server Performance. In all the places where I went to tune the system, I have learned something new and helped me become a better SQL Server Performance, Tuning expert. I have decided to collect all of my learning and build these SQL Exclusive Videos where I will be sharing my real-world experience in unedited videos.

Need of Recorded Training

I have often got requests from audiences worldwide that they want my longer videos where I go in-depth explaining various details about SQL Server Performance Tuning. Additionally, lots of people were facing changes to pay in the foreign currency and also adopt the platform which is easily available in their country. After considering many different solutions, I decided to explore the YouTube Membership program.

YouTube Membership

YouTube has membership options where we can upload the video and only people who are members of the group can watch the videos. I have decided to explore this option because it is available worldwide as well as the payment is handled by YouTube itself.

The current plan is to put frequent new videos every month in this membership program. You can sign up anytime and discontinue as you please. YouTube is very flexible.

SQL Exclusive Video

In the very first video,  we will discuss how an execution plan can be deceiving and when encountering such a scenario how one should take an approach to find the real bottleneck.

I am looking forward to your feedback and comments. Thanks again for supporting all these years and constantly motivating me to build better SQL Content.

There are two YouTube Membership programs on the SQLAuthority channel. If you want to watch the videos you need to sign up for SQLAuthority Performance Membership.

If you have any questions, you can always reach out to me on Twitter.

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

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