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Klaus Aschenbrenner

Klaus Aschenbrenner provides independent SQL Server Consulting Services across Europe and the US. Klaus works with the .NET Framework and especially with the SQL Server 2005/2008 from the very beginnings. In the years 2004 - 2005 Klaus was entitled with the MVP award from Microsoft for his tremendous support in the .NET Community. Klaus has also written the book Pro SQL Server 2008 Service Broker which was published by Apress in the Summer of 2008. Further information about Klaus you can find on his homepage at http://www.SQLpassion.at. He also twitters at http://twitter.com/Aschenbrenner.

My SQLbits sessions

Since today its official, I'm presenting 2 sessions at the SQLbits conference in Liverpool (http://www.sqlbits.com) from September 30 – October 1. Here are both of my session abstracts:

Advanced SQL Server 2008 Troubleshooting

It's Friday, 05:00pm. You are just receiving an email that informs you that your SQL Server has enormous performance problems! What can you do? How can you identify the problem and resolve it fast? Which tools provides you SQL Server for this task? In this session you will see a lot of different tools with which you can do effective SQL Server troubleshooting. You will learn how to identify performance bottlenecks with those tools, and how to resolve the identified bottlenecks.

Understanding SQL Server Execution Plans

Do you know SQL Server Execution Plans? Yes! - and can you read/analyze them? No... For the beginner it is not very easy to understand and explain execution plans generated by SQL Server for your queries. Therefore this session gives you a good overview and understanding about SQL Server execution plans and how you can read them without reading through complete books. In this session you will see the basic constructs of an execution plan, and how SQL Server uses them to translate your SQL based query to an internal format which is executed by the execution engine of SQL Server. After attending this session you are able to understand and analyze execution plans generated by your queries, and how you can tune them with the adoption of additional indices. Finally you will also see which additional information about your queries an execution plan will expose to you.

I'm looking forward to see you in one or both of my sessions J

-Klaus

Comments

Posted by Dukagjin Maloku on 4 August 2011

Great sessions, congrats and good luck!

Posted by Glenn Berry on 5 August 2011

Hey Klaus, have you ever thought about uploading a picture or avatar to your SQLServerCentral profile so it shows up with your blog posts? Its just part of the personal branding effort!

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