Kicking off the SQLSaturday#410 event down in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is the Pre-Con event Tune Like a Guru, by SQLGuru Kevin Boles, covering a wide array
of topics that form the backbone of my SQL Server performance analysis
and tuning work. As a long-time relational engine consultant Kevin has repeatedly found that the majority of clients he work with get amazing
improvements by simply putting to use a fairly small collection of
knowledge and tools. He will cover many topics, including:
- Optimization processes
- Statistics usage and maintenance
- Index creation, usage and maintenance
- Understanding query plans
- Server and database configuration
- Improving design
- Improving code
- Profiler and trace analysis
- Temporary object usage
- Waits and IO stall analysis
You will look at all of these things and
more from a variety of angles, while also covering many of the tips,
tricks, tools and tribal knowledge he has have collected in my almost 45,000
man hours of working with SQL Server. I promise you will come away with
lots of immediately-applicable information which you can take back to
work and Tune Like A Guru!!
Following the above awesome precon, is the main event that you've been waiting for, SQLSaturday #410, will be held Jun 27 2015 at the EMCS Building at UT Chattanooga, 784 Vine Street, Chattanooga, TN 37403. Folks coming from all around. I'm sure they're not taking the Chattanooga Choo Choo, but they'll be gathering for a Southern sensational SQLSaturday! There are many famous cities in Tennessee, but Chattanooga is a rich history of its own. Click on the hyperlink for some fun facts about Chattanooga.
Ok, so Mr. Larry Ortega, aka Tennessee Larry, leader of the SQL Professionals of Chattanooga User Group, and the SQLSaturday#410 Team, has been working hard to bring you this great event, and put together this speaker schedule. You can also check out the vendors tables, and these great sponsors, Don't forget to stay until the very end, when they raffle off some great prizes, including some signed copies of my new by book published by Apress, Healthy SQL - A Comprehensive Guide To SQL Server Health! It's available direct from Apress, and on Amazon.
Lot's of speakers, sponsors, sessions for learning, lunching and networking!