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Presenting to the West Michigan SQL Server User Group

By Robert Davis, 2010/07/26

Presenting to the West Michigan SQL Server User Group / SQL PASS Chapter

I will be presentitng to the West Michigan SQL Server User Group/SQL PASS Chapter tomorrow at 6:45 PM Eastern Time / 3:45 PM Pacific Time. Topic will be Advanced Tuning: Unconventional Solutions to Everyday Problems. You're welcome to join in for the whole group meeting or just my 1 hour presentation.

The official invitation:

Subject: WMSSUG July Meeting
When: Tuesday, July 27, 2010 6:00 PM-8:00 PM (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada).
Where: Secant Technologies, Kalamazoo, MI

Hello WMSSUG Members!

Our next meeting will be at Secant Technology in Kalamazoo and we will be welcoming Robert L. Davis (blog|@SQLSoldier) from Microsoft (and a newly-awarded SQL Server Microsoft Certified Master to boot!)

Robert is a Sr. Production DBA and Operations Engineer at Microsoft and has worked with SQL Server for 10+ years. He is a certified Master in SQL Server 2008. Robert is a frequent blogger at SQL Server Central. He recently served as guest professor at SQL University on the topics of certification (Degree Seeker Week) and Advanced Troubleshooting and hosted July’s T-SQL Tuesday. Robert will be presenting at this year’s SQL PASS Summit on the topic of Automating SQL Buildouts with Hyper-V and SQL Server 2008 R2. Robert is known on Twitter as @SQLSoldier.

Advanced Tuning: Unconventional Solutions to Everyday Problems

Performance problems can sometimes be daunting to track down especially when they occur in the middle of the night when you’re not there to check it out immediately. I’ll discuss some unconventional techniques for detecting performance problems and capturing performance data automatically. Demo will include automatically starting a custom SQL trace in response to a performance event such as a CPU utilization spike.

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