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Thank you for registering to join us at Thurby in the Angry Orchard Tent on Thursday, September 3.We look forward to hosting you.Stay tuned for more details as we grow closer to the date of the event.See you soon!
Speaker: Brent OzarYou've been hearing about all these robots that are coming to take your job. They're going to automate all the SQL performance tuning and make your life way easier, right? Or harder, I guess...since you'll be looking for a job. Thing is, most of that is just plain old marketing hype that Microsoft is using, trying to sell your management on upgrading to newer versions or moving to the cloud. In this session, Brent Ozar w
Speaker: Joseph D'AntoniREGISTER HEREGet more insight into using SQL Server 2019! This release has introduced several new features that offer improved performance. The optimizer continues to evolve and get smarter.In this session, you will learn about:• Scalar Function Inlining
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
Adoption of the cloud continues to grow, yet despite its enormous advantages, the cloud also creates new challenges and pain points. For example, the more you explore and e
The concern about global data growth isn’t limited to enterprise organizations. It’s also top of mind for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). According to a 2019 Techaisle survey,