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SQL Saturday Boston 2019

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eBook

Le playbook essentiel des administrateurs de bases de données pour une gestion optimisée de SQL Server
Le playbook essentiel des administrateurs de bases de données pour une gestion optimisée de SQL Server

Évaluez votre environnement SQL Server, mettez en oeuvre une stratégie de sauvegarde et de restauration efficace, et maintenez l’optimisation de la gestion de SQL Server

In Person Event

Join Quest for Breakfast & Sneaker Fitting at Fleet Feet Memphis on October 10th
Join Quest for Breakfast & Sneaker Fitting at Fleet Feet Memphis on October 10th

Join Quest Software database experts and a group of your industry peers to discuss the leading industry trends, and walk away with a new pair of custom fitted sneakers.  Don't be left in the dust, because seats are limited.  Reserve your spot now!

On Demand Webcast

 The Monthly Mentor - featuring Pinal Dave (SQL Authority): Secrets to Keep your Database Running at Optimal Speed
The Monthly Mentor - featuring Pinal Dave (SQL Authority): Secrets to Keep your Database Running at Optimal Speed

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

On Demand Webcast

Making the Most of Indexes in Microsoft SQL Server
Making the Most of Indexes in Microsoft SQL Server

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

White Paper

DBAs Face New Challenges: Trends in Database Administration
DBAs Face New Challenges: Trends in Database Administration

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