Your SQL Residency

Our events include webcasts that you can attend as well as conferences and seminars that take place in the real world. We’ll try to post videos and lessons from physical events on our blog!

If you missed one of our previous events, check out our video archive.

Brent Ozar

Terabyteasaurus Rex: Managing Very Large Databases (Sponsored by IDERA)

Tuesday, May 17 at 11:00AM Central, Noon Eastern

You’re used to managing databases under 1TB in size, but you’re about to conquer your first VLDB. Should you separate your data and log files? How many data files should you have? Will partitioning help, and how? Is Enterprise Edition really required? Join Brent Ozar for a fast, easy getting-started guide for managing very large databases without very large stress. Register now.


Brent Ozar

Developers: Who Needs a DBA? (Sponsored by IDERA)

Tuesday, June 14 at 11:00AM Central, Noon Eastern

You store data in SQL Server, but you don’t have enough work to keep a full-time DBA busy. In just one hour, you’ll learn the basics of performance troubleshooting, backup, index tuning, and security. Brent Ozar, recovering developer, will teach you the basic care and feeding of a Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2012, or 2014 instance and give you scripts to keep you out of trouble. Register now.


Register for the Upcoming Webcasts

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  • Your surname. (See, this is really the first name you ever got, because it came by default, like a default value constraint.)
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If you register for sponsored webcasts, your name and email will be given to the sponsor for marketing purposes. (Hey, somebody has to pay for all this free training!) If you don’t want your registration details shared with the sponsor, don’t register for those particular webcasts.

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