No news isn’t good news: sometimes it’s terrifying. Just because your SQL Server slaves away silently doesn’t mean all is well. If you’re frustrated with your server’s performance and you’re not sure why things aren’t going faster, maybe there’s a hidden hazard holding you back. In this session, Brent will demonstrate a few of the top server issues he sees out in the wild, explain how to monitor for them, and show you where to go to learn how to fix them for good. If you’re an accidental DBA or a developer stuck managing a SQL Server that scares you, gain confidence in this challenging session:
If you’re in Chicago, join me for free on October 5th to hear even more in person. I’m speaking at Red Gate SQL in the City, an all-day event at the Field Museum in downtown Chicago. They’ve put together an awesome agenda with big-name speakers like Grant Fritchey, Steve Jones, Allen White, and my own coworker, Jes Schultz Borland. It’s a lot of free learning – and they’re doing more in New York, Austin, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, and Seattle. Register now for one near you.
And of course, you can see a lot of scary surprises inside your SQL Server by using our free sp_Blitz.