Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Don’t wait for performance issues to become a problem. Be proactive by analyzing and addressing SQL Server performance issues before they ever happen. Ready to learn how? Join this webcast with Michael Otey, senior contributing editor for IT Pro Today, along with IDERA's Doug Walsh, as they discuss the top 10 SQL Server performance mistakes that businesses make and show you the best practices for SQL Server performance from Microsoft and industry experts. You’ll specifically learn how to identify CPU, disk and memory bottlenecks, check for the proper instance configuration values, handle Tempdb contention, identify problem queries and more.
You’ll also see how SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server can enable you to identify issues before they become problems. You’ll learn how to tune SQL Server using SQL Diagnostic Manager’s prescriptive analysis with expert recommendations, corrective scripts, and links to relevant online content. You’ll see how you can display trends in historical data with interactive charts and view growth forecasts of SQL Server environments to plan for future capacity needs. Finally, you’ll see how the SQL Query Tuner add-on can tune queries via visual diagrams, analyze indexes, and load tests in simulated production environments.
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Michael Otey is a senior contributing editor for ITPro Today and is president of TECA a technical writing, content creation, software-development and consulting company in Portland, Oregon. Michael is a former SQL Server Microsoft MVP. He covers data center, SQL Server, Windows Server, virtualization, hardware, storage, Azure, the hybrid cloud, systems management, VMware vSphere, containers, and PowerShell.
Douglas Walsh is a senior sales engineer with Idera, Inc. based in Houston, Texas. Douglas brings more than 30 years of technical experience to Idera with a passion for providing outstanding customer service and technical knowledge. Before transitioning into his current position, Douglas was the level 2 product support specialist for SQL Compliance Manager working closely with customers to meet their PCI, HIPAA, or SOX auditing needs. Prior to joining Idera, Douglas held many technical and management roles within Healthcare, Financial, and Engineering companies.