Webinar: Preventing SQL Server Performance Problems Before They Hit Production


Prevent SQL Server Performance Problems

I'm excited to announce a joint webinar featuring speakers from SentryOne and Sabin.IO, one of the smartest groups of SQL Server expert consultants I've ever encountered and a SentryOne Partner. Come join us on February 8th at 10 am EST / 15:00 UTC. Although the webinar is free, you still have to register.

If you can't attend but would like to watch the recording, please register to get access to the video as soon as it's available.
The recording is available to Watch here.

If you're a DBA who must remedy poor performance on a SQL Server, or a Developer responsible for writing fast and dependable code, then you'll want to attend this session. We will discuss a variety of technical practices which are relevant to the day-to-day issues that consume your valuable time and leave you annoyed and tired. Some highlights include:

  • Spotting code that could diminish performance on SQL Server
  • Remedies for common SQL Server performance problems before they reach production, such as missing indexes, deadlocks, and excessive key lookups
  • Tips to integrate SentryOne into your DevOps pipeline both on-premise and in the cloud
  • Ways to correlate performance metrics data within SentryOne to solve deployment problems quickly using dashboards and Advisory Conditions

Please pass the word! Join me, along with SQL Server experts Mark Allison (@dataguzzle) and Paul Anderton (@sqlpanders) of Sabin.IO (@datadevops) on Feb 8th for "Preventing SQL Server Performance Problems Before They Hit Production."

Kevin (@kekline) serves as Principal Program Manager at SentryOne. He is a founder and former president of PASS and the author of popular IT books like SQL in a Nutshell. Kevin is a renowned database expert, software industry veteran, Microsoft SQL Server MVP, and long-time blogger at SentryOne. As a noted leader in the SQL Server community, Kevin blogs about Microsoft Data Platform features and best practices, SQL Server trends, and professional development for data professionals.


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