Do you like to shake sticks?
Because we’ve got more upcoming SQL Server webcasts than you can shake a stick at:
Easy Architecture Design for HA and DR–Clustering, log shipping, mirroring, AlwaysOn Availability Groups, replication – database administrators have so many confusing choices. Microsoft Certified Master Brent Ozar will cut through all the confusion and give you a simple worksheet. You’ll learn how to get the right RPO and RTO numbers in writing from the business users, then turn those requirements into the right features for you.
How to Think Like the SQL Server Engine– normally $29, and for one day we’regiving it to you completely free.When you pass in a query, how does SQL Server build the results? We’ll role play: Brent Ozar will be an end user sending in queries, and you’ll be the SQL Server engine. Using simple spreadsheets as your tables, you’ll learn how SQL Server builds execution plans, uses indexes, performs joins, and considers statistics. This session is for DBAs and developers who are comfortable writing queries, but not so comfortable when it comes to explaining nonclustered indexes, lookups, sargability, fill factor, and corruption detection.
What’s New in SQL Server 2016?–SQL Server 2016 is just around the corner. There are a lot of new features in the box, and improvements to old ones. There’s a lot to learn, and you need to start planning before SQL Server 2016 hits the streets. In this webcast, Jeremiah Peschka will share a high level overview of what’s next in SQL Server 2016.
Prove It!: Collecting the Right Metrics to Show Performance Gains–It’s easy to say adding more memory, faster drives, or a new index will help. How do you prove it really did help? What numbers and counters should I be watching? Doug Lane will explain which numbers matter when trying to show your changes were worth the cost.
Register now by just filling out your name/company/email.See you there!