A Historical Account of the Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS) Lately, I've been asked many questions about the history and foundation of PASS. As an "old-timer", I like to think it's my prerogative to wax poetic about the old days. But it's also important to be able to answer those questions asynchronously and in […]
Kevin Kline shares the Q&A from our recent "Setting SQL Server Performance Baselines and Alerts" webinar and highlights additional resources you can reference on the topic of baselining and alerting.
SentryOne SQL Sentry Essentials, a new SQL Sentry edition that provides essential performance monitoring for up to 5 database instances, including SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Windows, is now available. Kevin Kline provides a breakdown of the product's features, who it's ideal for, and how to purchase it.
Kevin Kline shares the Q&A from our recent webinar, "The Top 4 Data Technology Trends Every DBA Should Know About in 2019," as well as resources that provide a deeper dive into some of the trends covered.
In his inaugural SentryOne Community Omnibus post, Kevin Kline shares the latest SentryOne webinars, resources, blogs, and press releases.
Kevin Kline shares highlights from the PASS Summit 2018 keynote with Raghu Ramakrishnan.
Kevin Kline shares highlights from Rohan Kumar's PASS Summit 2018 keynote, "SQL Server and Azure Data Services: Harness the future with the ultimate hybrid platform for data and AI."
Learn about this HUGE opportunity to influence the Microsoft Data Platform products and services you use daily while attending the PASS Summit!
Join Kevin Kline, author of "SQL in a Nutshell", at one of seven PASS SQL Server user group meetings in California between the dates of Sept 10th to Sept 20th. See you there!
Kevin Kline wraps up SQL Vacation 2018 in Boston. He discusses some of the unique sights to see around town and chats with Andy Mallon, who leads the BostonSQL group.
SQL Vacation 2018 has reached Burlington, MA! Kevin Kline introduces you to New England SQL Server User Group Leader Vladimir Ivanovich and highlights some must-see attractions in the Burlington area.
While in New York City on SQL Vacation 2018, Kevin Kline shares some fun NYC facts and attractions. He also interviews New York SQL Server Meetup leader Thomas Grohser.
On his second SQL Vacation 2018 stop, Kevin Kline interviews Sebastian Meine of the Philadelphia SQL Server User Group (PSSUG) and highlights unique sights to see in Philly.
On the first stop of SQL Vacation 2018, Kevin Kline shares his recommendations for things to see in Washington D.C. and interviews two local SQL Server community leaders who played an integral role in bringing SQL Vacation 2018 to D.C.
Kevin Kline is hitting the road again with his family for SQL Vacation 2018! Kevin will be visiting 5 SQL Server user groups in 4 states — find out if he will be in your neck of the woods.