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One of the challenges of cloud deployments is choosing the correct sizing for your cloud database environment. Organizations commonly make the mistake of mimicking the on-premise server specs in the cloud, diluting the considerable cost-saving advantages that could be gained. But when it comes to sizing an environment, users can struggle to know what resources are required to ensure there is no impact on performance when migrating to the cloud.In this session, we will discuss benchma
Join us for an extended discussion on ways to successfully monitor and manage your database as you work remote. We will go over a few of the tricks and tips about how we can monitor and manage our database remotely and manage optimal performance for our system. Additionally, we will learn how we can, without increasing any available resources, get the necessary performance boost when we require it most. This webinar is going to be a 100% practical demonstration with lots of neat tricks whic
SQLBits is coming to London, 29 September through 3 October. In the meantime, you can learn expert techniques to streamline your cloud database journey in a special SQLBits preview webcast on 9 April. One of the challenges of cloud deployments is choosing the correct sizing for your cloud database environment. Organisations commonly make the mistake
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With the introduction of SQL Server 2005, Microsoft introduced Dynamic Management Views which allow you to get better insight into what is happening in SQL Server. Get this informative reference poster provided by Quest.
SQL Server running slow? That can affect everyone in your organization. But as the DBA, it’s on you to take ownership, start SQL Server troubleshooting and resolve the performance bottlenecks. W
SQL queries aren’t performing well? Already know you’ve got enough hardware to handle the load? Then you’re probably wondering what to check next. One area is the indexing on the
To gain insight into the evolving challenges for DBAs, Quest commissioned DBTA to survey DBAs and those responsible for the management of the corporate data management infrastructure. The results are in and the thought-provoking findings are now available