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Tim Radney : Azure Automation Methods

Tim Radney : Azure Automation Methods

Tim Radney of SQLskills walks through multiple automation methods you can use to manage and maintain your Azure SQL Databases.

The SentryOne Solutions Engineering team is growing!

The SentryOne Solutions Engineering team is growing!

Scott Fallen is pleased to announce two new members of the SentryOne Solutions Engineering team: Devon Leann Ramirez and Andy Yun.

Announcing SQLVacation 2017!

Announcing SQLVacation 2017!

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.

A few quick fixes for Plan Explorer

A few quick fixes for Plan Explorer

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) describes four minor updates to SentryOne Plan Explorer in the latest build, 11.0.116.

Slides and Scripts: Baltimore SQL Server User Group

Slides and Scripts: Baltimore SQL Server User Group

Get the slides and Transact-SQL demo scripts from my recent presentation at the Baltimore SQL Server user group meeting.

Paul White : Properly Persisted Computed Columns

Paul White : Properly Persisted Computed Columns

Paul White (@SQL_Kiwi) walks through a new trace flag in SQL Server 2016 designed to yield better execution plans (and performance) for queries involving computed columns.

Slides and Samples from SQLintersection

Slides and Samples from SQLintersection

Aaron Bertrand shares his slide decks and other materials from his presentations at SQLintersection in Orlando.

Jonathan Kehayias : Troubleshooting CPU Performance on VMware

Jonathan Kehayias : Troubleshooting CPU Performance on VMware

Jonathan Kehayias of SQLskills discusses SQL Server on VMware, and how to monitor CPU performance – with or without access to vCenter.

SQLskills Wait Types Library now shows SentryOne data

SQLskills Wait Types Library now shows SentryOne data

Paul Randal (@PaulRandal) explains how the SQLskills Wait Types Library uses anonymous data from SentryOne to indicate whether a wait type is commonly experienced.

Paul White : UNION ALL Optimization

Paul White : UNION ALL Optimization

Paul White (@SQL_Kiwi) digs into row goals as he explains some interesting and inconsistent behavior with UNION ALL.

T-SQL Tuesday #90 : Shipping Database Changes

T-SQL Tuesday #90 : Shipping Database Changes

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) recounts the way he implemented database changes in a distributed SQL Server system a decade ago.

SQLPerformance.com – same great content, new skin!

SQLPerformance.com – same great content, new skin!

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) provides some details about the new look for SQLPerformance.com and some of the drivers behind the change.

Paul White : SQL Server Temporary Object Caching

Paul White : SQL Server Temporary Object Caching

Paul White (@SQL_Kiwi) describes temporary object caching in SQL Server – what it is, why it exists, and how to use it to your advantage.

Monica Rathbun : I/O Troubleshooting

Monica Rathbun : I/O Troubleshooting

Monica Rathburn (@SQLEspresso) talks about a few of the more common elements she always checks for when troubleshooting I/O problems.

SQL Server Optimizer Secrets With Trace Flag 86xx

SQL Server Optimizer Secrets With Trace Flag 86xx

Kevin Kline (@kekline) provides his slides and scripts from his new SQLBits session describing the deep internals exposed by the 86xx series of trace flags.