I will be speaking at SQL Saturday Jacksonville 2022 on May 13th and May14th. On Friday, May 13th I’ll be presenting an all-day pre-con called “Improving SQL Server Performance“. During the free SQL Saturday event on Saturday, May 14th, I will be presenting High Availability/Disaster Recovery 101.
SQL Saturday Jacksonville 2022
This is Jacksonville’s 14th Annual SQL Saturday event, which will be at the University of North Florida Campus, Main Campus, 1 UNF Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224. Building 51 and Building 4. There is parking in Garage 38 near the baseball fields. You can register here.
I will have two separate sessions, as listed below.
Improving SQL Server Performance
On Friday, May 13th, I will be presenting the pre-con from 8:30AM until 5:00PM EDT. Here is the abstract:
Has anyone ever told you that your SQL Server database or instance was running too fast? Probably not, but it is all too common to hear complaints about poor performance. As a database professional, you need to have the right tools and techniques for finding and correcting performance bottlenecks at all layers of your SQL Server instance.
Starting with your hardware and storage, including virtualization, operating system considerations, instance-level configuration settings, database properties, and concluding with index and query tuning, we will cover all of the layers of common performance bottlenecks.
You will learn detailed and practical information for improving SQL Server performance at every layer in the system.
Youi can register for the pre-con here.
High Availability/Disaster Recovery 101
On Saturday, May 14th, I will be presenting a regular session called High Availability/Disaster Recovery 101. Here is the abstract:
How do you design a SQL Server 2019 infrastructure in order to meet specific Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) service levels? There are many aspects to consider, from technology choices and licensing to policies and procedures. This session outlines and compares the various HA/DR technologies available in SQL Server 2019, showing how you can combine them to design and build a solution to help meet your HA/DR goals. It also covers how to come up with the necessary policies to make the technology actually work in your situation.
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