Kevin Kline (@kekline) of SentryOne makes his sixth stop of this year's #SQLVacation tour, in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Kevin Kline (@kekline) of SentryOne makes his fifth stop of this year's #SQLVacation tour, in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The next release of Microsoft SQL Server, announced as SQL Server 2017, is available for download in CTP2 at http://tinyurl.com/SQLvNextLinux and offers many cool new features. One set of features that I really want to focus on is adaptive query processing. These new features speed processing of workloads, especially those that have historically been the
Kevin Kline (@kekline) of SentryOne makes his third stop of this year's #SQLVacation tour, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Kevin Kline (@kekline) of SentryOne kicks off #SQLVacation 2017, making his first stop of this year's tour in Greenville, South Carolina.
I had the pleasure of presenting my popular session, SQL Server Internals and Architecture, at the Music City Code conference.
Now in its third year, SQLVacation is back to help fend off the dog days of summer bringing fun and fresh SQL Server training to 11 user groups in 5 states.
Get the slides and Transact-SQL demo scripts from my recent presentation at the Baltimore SQL Server user group meeting.
Not only has the Microsoft SQL Server engineering team added more and stronger leadership, outstanding individual engineers and staff members, but it is also radically moving its entire development process into a "cloud-first" ethos. Now, I'd like to show one of the most salient results of this new development process-accelerated product releases. It was only
I always look forward to new research from Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc., publishers of this magazine and other great products for data professionals. The latest report which you should read is "SQL Server Transformation: Toward Agility & Resiliency 2017; PASS Database Management Survey." READ MORE… Originally Posted April 07, 2017
Kevin Kline talks about the upcoming SQLBits conference, the sessions he's giving and, most importantly, the DISCO THEME!
Way back in the summer of 2014, I told you about how I used DB-Engines.com to determine the popularity of various data management tools and vendor platforms. Plus, by adding in an analysis Google Trends I can see where the overall trends that I'm interested in are headed. Staying up with the trends isn't just