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Tech Outbound Ship Shape Challenge Update 1

Tech Outbound Ship Shape Challenge Update 1

Jason Hall recounts the journey so far for his Tech Outbound Ship Shape Challenge.

Speaking at Tech Outbound & My Ship Shape Challenge

Speaking at Tech Outbound & My Ship Shape Challenge

Jason Hall describes his professional and personal goals in advance of the next Tech Outbound event: a cruise in Alaska.

Speaking in March: Oregon, Colorado, and Georgia

Speaking in March: Oregon, Colorado, and Georgia

Join me at one of my March SQL Server presentations to live audiences in Oregon, Colorado, and Georgia. All events are free, but registration is required.

Call for Speakers at MusicCityTech Conference, 31-May to 02-June

Call for Speakers at MusicCityTech Conference, 31-May to 02-June

I'm organizing the data-centric track at this summer's MusicCityTech conference. We're looking for sessions covering traditional DBA topics, plus Analytics, Visualization, Design, database engineering, NoSQL topics, Big Data topics, Database coding best practices, AI, ML, and more.

Seeing Memory Pressure Affect SQL Server Performance in SentryOne

Seeing Memory Pressure Affect SQL Server Performance in SentryOne

Allen shows how both internal and external memory pressure is reflected in the SentryOne dashboard, and how it affects server performance.

Finding Low Use Indexes via SentryOne

Finding Low Use Indexes via SentryOne

Andy Yun writes about one of his upcoming sessions for SQLBits and encourages everyone to take the time to find and clean up their low use indexes. For SentryOne users, Andy offers up sp_FindLowUseIndexesS1 to help you identify nonclustered indexes that are under used or not used at all.

When Troubleshooting Performance Start with the Big Picture

When Troubleshooting Performance Start with the Big Picture

Allen White blogs about one of the great benefits of SQL Sentry: it presents you with an overall picture of the server's performance, allowing you to see what's going on as a whole, and then allowing you to drill into the areas that may be of concern.

SentryOne Adds Irish Subsidiary

SentryOne Adds Irish Subsidiary

SentryOne announced it would expand internationally by opening an office in Dublin City Centre, Ireland, in early 2018 in order to better serve EMEA markets. The new Irish subsidiary, SentryOne Ltd., will add sales, channel and customer support staff as soon as next month.

Webinar: Preventing SQL Server Performance Problems Before They Hit Production

Webinar: Preventing SQL Server Performance Problems Before They Hit Production

Kevin Kline describes a new Webinar featuring Sabin IO. If you're a DBA who must remedy poor performance on a SQL Server, or a Developer responsible for writing fast and dependable code, then you'll want to attend this session.

Webinar: Parameter Sniffing Using SentryOne

Webinar: Parameter Sniffing Using SentryOne

As a follow-up to Kimberly Tripp’s popular Parameter Sniffing webinar last week, SentryOne will present "Tackling Parameter Sniffing Using SentryOne" on Wednesday, January 31st at 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST.

Manipulating Runtime Thresholds with Object Groups

Devon Leann Wilson highlights how to set up and work with Object Groups in SentryOne.

2 Minute Tuesdays

Lori Edwards introduces "2 Minute Tuesdays," a timed series of short, consumable bits of information to assist our customers in getting the best value out of our products.

As The World Turns: Global Partner Network Expands

As The World Turns: Global Partner Network Expands

SentryOne launches a new Global Partner Network and names Nick Harshbarger, a 12 year SentryOne veteran, to lead the work as its new Senior Vice President of Business Development.

Doing what you love

Doing what you love

Lori Edwards discusses her passion for teaching others and excitement over her new role as the Training Manager for SentryOne.

Women in Technology Luncheon at #PASS Summit

Women in Technology Luncheon at #PASS Summit

SentryOne was pleased to support Voices from the Data Platform a "Let Her Finish" series. This book was a collaborative effort taken up by seven very talented IT professionals and we were honored to help launch its publication at this year's PASS Summit.