Thanks to everyone who attended! You can get the slides and demo files here: Webinar 2.3 — Large Datatype Storage And here is the link to the video. Don’t miss the next webinar on November 14th: Clustered Indexes! You can register here! ————————————– Homework discussion for Webinar #2.2: Calculate the maximum number of IAMs a single object, including its indexes, can have.
Talks on Managing Data and Applications Anywhere
I’ve been writing and teaching about SQL Server internals for over 25 years. While there is usually a lot of interest in my books and classes, there are always people who ask, frequently after about the first day of my 5-day class, “What’s the point? Why is this information useful to know?” What is “Internals”? First of all, we need to answer the question “What is Internals?” For SQL Server, the short answer is “The way SQL Server works internally!” […]
Thanks to everyone who attended! You can get the slides and demo files here: Webinar 2.2 — Allocation Information If you missed the session, or would like to watch the recorded version, you can get a link to access the video here. Webinar #2.2 Homework:
Thanks to everyone who attended! You can get the slides, demo and homework files here: Webinar 2.1 — Tables, pages and rows If you missed the session, and/or would like to watch the recorded version, you can get a link to the recording here. Here are solutions to the homework:
One of the world’s largest distributors of non-food consumable products wanted to rationalize their data platform and business intelligence strategy. Their current IBM DB2 database system lacked repository to host historical audit related data, so they could hardly retrieve data from past years. Then we came up with an Azure cloud database solution that could store all the historical data and created Power BI reports on top of it. We performed the IBM DB2 Azure SQL Database migration as a […]
A major Health Department was running a data system that has been expanding over the years. Eventually, they ended up with a highly outdated and inefficient environment with thousands of Microsoft Access and SQL Server databases. Such an outdated system presents a number of risks such as performance, scalability, manageability, security issues and frequent database corruptions. This leads to revenue losses because of poor performance. Moreover, such environments are usually not cost-effective with increased operating expenses due to a great […]
Thanks to everyone who attended! You can get the slides and demo files here: Webinar 1.3 — Metadata Internals If you missed the session, and/or would like to watch the recorded version, you can get a link to the recording here. Related posts Why Learn About SQL Server Internals? Webinar #1.1 SQL Server Metadata Overview Follow-up Webinar #2.1 Follow-up (Episode 4) Webinar 2.9 Followup (Episode 12 – Columnstore Indexes)
The first event on my Fall tour is behind me now. I had a wonderful time at SQLSaturday Holland. A couple of great questions came up that should lead to blog posts soon! Slides and scripts can now be downloaded: Locking Session Statistics Session
I’m taking off tomorrow for a three-and-a-half-week adventure, representing DB Best Technologies in four different countries. In addition to some customer visits, and a week’s vacation with my daughter and grandson in Stuttgart, I’ll be presenting at the following four PUBLIC events.
Thanks to everyone who attended! You can get the slides and demo files here: Webinar 1.2 — SQL Server DMVs files If you missed the session, or would like to watch the recorded version, here’s the link. (Once you complete the registration information, you will get an email with a link to the webinar. Yes, it’s a little tedious, but the marketing team says I have to use this link.) Following are solutions to the homework exercises for Webinar 1.2: