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Matan Yungman

Matan Yungman is a Technical Evangelist and senior consultant at Madeira SQL Server Services. His job is to get the word out about SQL Server. He speaks, lectures, writes, teaches and consults about SQL Server, focusing mainly on performance tuning, database development, high availability and database design. He’s passionate about SQL Server, technology and the SQL Server community.

Archives: September 2012

Small Changes Can Make A World Of Difference

SQL Server 2012 is best known for its bombastic new features: AlwaysOn, Columnstore indexes, Window functions enhancements, Extended Events enhancements, and more.

But there are other little and less known tweaks that might seem less revolutionary, but can make our lives much easier. Below are a few of them:

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Posted in Matan Yungman on 30 September 2012

What I Expect From 24 Hours Of Pass

24 Hours of Pass is tomorrow. If you haven’t registered yet, now is a good time.

I expect to:

  1. Have little to no sleep time
  2. See some cool tricks like this one pulled out of someone’s sleeve
  3. Expand my troubleshooting and performance tuning arsenal
  4. Practice my architectural and database…

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Posted in Matan Yungman on 19 September 2012

5 Performance Killers When Working With Linked Servers

When working with linked servers, the most expensive factor to consider is the amount of data that will have to travel over the network.
It’s important to write the right code on the right server, since each mistake can be very expensive in this area.
Below are a few common…

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Posted in Matan Yungman on 8 September 2012