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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. We all know it’s best to be proactive. Using preventative measures will help you avoid SQL Server running slow. But most of the time, we reactively respond to issues. In this open panel discussion, we’ll talk with SQL Server performance tuning expert Pinal Dave about best
Join Quest Software & Viscosity and a group of your industry peers at the newest hotspot in Dallas, The Henry. You’ll shake things up in an exclusive mixology class while learning the recipe to successfully manage, migrate and replicate your databases.
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
The SQL Server engine you know and love is now available on Linux. So what does this power couple bring to the table? Together, SQL Server 2017 and Linux provide greater performance, cross-OS compatibility and a native user experience.
Why a “Top 8” and not a “Top 10” list, you ask? Everyone does a Top 10 list. No one does a Top 8 list. And we know you're busy, and we respect that. So we won't take up your time with an extended list of features.
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.
Extend the value of SCOM and go beyond basic up and down performance monitoring with Spotlight on SQL Server Enterprise.