Earlier last week, I had the opportunity to attend my 10th SQL PASS. Yes, It has been 10 years since I have been visiting the PASS conference. This year, I had the opportunity to present 1 pre-con, 2 general sessions, 1 lightning talk. I really had a busy time at SQLPASS but along with the sessions, the highlight of the event was a video I recorded with Bert where we discussed troubleshoot a Slow Performing SQL Server.
Earlier this week, I blogged about Database Performance Analyzer – Table Tuning Advisors and I received quite a lots of request to elaborate more on the topic of Table Tuning Advisors. In the response to the requests, I have decided to create a video which explains how Table Tuning Advisors of Database Performance Analyzer works. To make it more realistic, I have also included a real-world problem one of my customer whom I have recently helped to fix their SQL Server Performance during Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check.
Earlier I wrote a few blog post about my experience with Practical Real World Performance Tuning. I have so far presented the session 4 times and I had an amazing response to my training. When I am writing this one there are over 37 positive 5 stars feedbacks. In this blog post, we will explore free video learning.
Today, I am very happy to share a fun video about class Real World Performance Solutions. I was very fortunate that I got the opportunity to build this video with Bert Wagner. He is truly a talented SQL Server expert and amazingly creative with the videos. I have never seen in my life anyone so versatile with creative with educational videos.
SQL Server Performance Tuning is not as difficult as most of the people think. Actually, SQL Server performance tuning is very easy and simple, if you exactly know what to do and when to do. Well, that is what is the theme of the free webinar which I have done for 24 Hours of PASS.
Lots of people ask me what is the one thing which I am very much proud of in my life. The answer is very simple, I am very much proud of the webcast, which I have done for Group By Conference 3 Common Mistakes to Kill SQL Server Performance. You can watch the video at any of the following location:
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