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Summit 2022 Community Pre-cons have been announced

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We’re delighted to announce the Summit community pre-conference sessions and speaker lineup! Choose from 14 pre-cons featuring Brent Ozar, Kimberly Tripp, Melissa Coates, Itzik Ben-Gan, Denny Cherry, and others, taking place on Monday Nov. 14 and Tuesday Nov. 15. Full-day pre-con sessions will cover topics including database performance tuning and troubleshooting, T-SQL querying, DAX, security, cloud VMs, Azure Data Factory, Azure infrastructure, parameter sniffing, Power BI, PostgreSQL, equity toolkits, and much more!


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Back to Basics, Reaching for the Clouds, and Leveling Up

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The three themes for speakers at this year's PASS Data Community Summit are: Back to Basics, Reach for the Clouds, and Level Up. The goal here is content that covers a wide variety of areas, with many fewer restrictions from previous years. Perhaps the big thing to note for this year's event is: Free. That's […]

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Read Only Replica in SQL Server Standard

Our environment runs using SQL Server Standard. We are implementing Availability groups. Our database has been experiencing high read volumes, so I want to let the application read the Synchronized Secondary replica, as I read that HADR does this. Can we implement this?

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