Moving from Reactive to Proactive Database Monitoring and Management

Fortified Data’s Chris Shaw To Present At SQL Saturday In Dallas

SQLSaturday is a free training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will be held on Sep 24, 2016 at University of Texas at Arlington. Fortified Data’s Chris Shaw will be discussing a number of topics that you absolutely can’t miss. Chris started his database career in 1993. Chris has been writing and speaking about SQL Servers for over 15 years at events such as SQL Connections, Pass, and SSWUG Ultimate conferences. Chris received the Microsoft MVP award in 2009 and in 2016. He is the founding member of the Colorado Springs SQL Server User Group and has many featured articles. Join us!

Where When
University of Texas At Arlington
416 Yates Street, Arlington, TX 76019
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September 24, 2016
Full Event Schedule here

Tips for SQL Server Performance and Resiliency (Enterprise Database Administration & Deployment Track)

After working 20 years in the industry on hundreds of SQL Servers, it becomes apparent that clear patterns emerge. These observations of patterns and best practices directly relate to the health of the server. During this session we will review the patterns of healthy SQL Servers and identify unhealthy behavior that clearly shows servers that are at risk.
We will review shared patterns, configuration, and practices and cover which of these repeating patterns represent healthy Servers and which are shared with servers that are having issues daily.
These patterns are so clear that many SQL Servers will benefit from the application of at least one if not more of the tips we will cover. At the end of this session attendees will have the tools to identify and correct common issues that impact SQL Servers Performance and Resiliency.

Session Time: Saturday September 24, 2016: 9:45 am – 10:45 am

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Fortified Data’s team of expert DBAs, developers and data architects is committed to the SQL community.  We love sharing our findings, learning from and educating our colleagues.  Come see us in Dallas, or at several other events around the country!

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