I just released my 45th course on the learning platform Pluralsight. It was fun to build this new course SnowPro Core: Performance Concepts. I have been consulting with Snowflake Lang for quite a while. My client has all sorts of databases like Snowflake, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, and MongoDB. This gave me lots of experiential learning in the real world about – Snowflake. I feel amazing as I can share my learnings with everybody.
SnowPro Core: Performance Concepts
Snowflake is a very user-friendly platform that provides software as a service. Users do not have to manage the hardware in general, and this limits their access to the underlying infrastructure. Performance tuning the Snowflake platform can often be challenging if the performance bottleneck is not identified first. In this course, SnowPro Core: Performance Concepts, you’ll be able to tune queries on the Snowflake Platform. First, you’ll explore the basic architecture of the Snowflake platform, which is related to performance. Next, you’ll discover concepts related to query tuning and query optimization. Finally, you’ll learn how to tune the virtual environment with various available tools and options. When you finish this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of performance tuning on the Snowflake platform.
Why Watch this course?
It is important to understand performance concepts to create efficient and high-performing applications. Poorly performing applications can lead to a poor user experience and increased resource costs such as processing power and bandwidth. This course, SnowPro Core: Performance Concepts, covers a range of topics related to performance, including:
- Understanding the performance of an application and how to measure it
- Identifying common performance bottlenecks and how to fix them
- Optimizing database and server-side performance
- Tips for monitoring and maintaining the performance of an application over time
By watching this course, you can learn how to identify and fix application performance issues and proactively optimize and maintain good performance. This can lead to a better user experience and potentially lower costs for your organization.
You will need a Pluralsight subscription to watch this course. You can also watch this course by signing up for a free trial. Here is a link to the course – SnowPro Core: Performance Concepts.
Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)