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PASS Summit Session Follow-up: The Plan Cache Whisperer

I’ve wrapped up my session at my first session at this year’s PASS Summit.  My session this Thursday was The Plan Cache Whisperer: Performance Tuning SQL Server [DBA-313]. The session appears to have gone really well and the content has been uploaded to the PASS Summit for download.  To provide access to the materials now, the slide deck…

Webcast Follow-Up: Necessary Evils, Building Optimized CRUD Procedures

Earlier today, I presented a session for Pragmatic Works Training on the T’s titled Necessary Evils, Building Optimized CRUD Procedures.  In the session, I discussed some of the issues surrounding the use of CRUD-based stored procedures and the applications that use them.  Providing a number of tips for identifying performance issues and resolving them. The abstract…

Webcast Follow-Up: How Do Non-Clustered Indexes Improve Performance?

Earlier this month, I presented a session for Pragmatic Works Training on the T’s on the selecting the clustered index for a table in a SQL Server database.  In the session, titled How Do Non-Clustered Indexes Improve Performance?, in this session I discussed the patterns around non-clustered indexes and why you might choose which patterns for…

Index Analysis May Update

Seems I managed to make it through all of April without an update to the index analysis stored procedure.  It wasn’t for lack of using it with clients, but a lack of time to get the changes out the door. A few months back, I added the option to look at just duplicate index or…

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