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Making SQL Server Faster: Four of the Most Misunderstood Topics
When: Starts: January 16, 2013 06:30 PM Ends: 08:00 PM Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Welcome Time: 06:15 PM

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Event Details (Event Code:167515)
The NYC Metro SQL Server User Group will be hosting a special presentation from renowned experts Paul S. Randal and Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com SQL Server doesn't have a /FASTER switch, but there are a lot of areas where understanding what's happening and taking corrective action can help SQL Server process your workload faster, without requiring better hardware. In this session, SQL Server experts Paul and Kimberly from SQLskills.com will discuss four of the most misunderstood areas of SQL Server. Paul will explain wait statistics and exactly how to deal with CXPACKET waits, plus the lesser known effects of index fragmentation and why you always need to care, even when using Solid State Disks. Kimberly will show you multiple interesting reasons why SQL Server won’t use your indexes and how to fix these problems using better indexing strategies and filtered statistics. Come along and learn a new trick or two (or four!).
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NYC Metro SQL Server User Group
NY Metro SQL Server User Group is New York City's ultimate SQL Server community, offering meetings with top MS SQL Server experts - speakers, forums, on-line training labs and web casts, sample databases, scripts, stored procedures, documentation, job listings and more. The aim of the user group is to help your professinal development as a DBA, developer, or user of SQL Server.

When and Where
Starts: January 16, 2013 06:30 PM
Ends: 08:00 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Welcome Time: 06:15 PM
Microsoft Offices in Manhattan
1290 Sixth Avenue
NY, New York 10104
United States  Bing It!

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