Posts Tagged: SQL Server 2008 R2

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Can You Dig It? – Determining Index Plan Usage

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A while back I was asked, if you can use the plan cache to determine which plans are using specific indexes.  The answer is, of course, yes, you can.  And it’s important that people, especially DBAs, understand how to do this.  Usually during index analysis, we concern ourselves with whether an index is being used. […]

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SSWUG SSIS Expo Event This Friday

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If you are looking for a little training on SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) without having to leave the comforts of your cubicle – this is your week.  This Friday (11/19/2011), SSWUG will be hosting an expo titled “Building and Developing with SQL Server Integration Services”. The event will consist of four sessions that will […]

Pain of the Week: Understanding Your Indexes

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Want to take a few minutes out of your day on to learn a bit more about indexes?  On Thursday, I’ll be presenting at Quest’s Pain of the Week webcast.  The session will be Understanding Your Indexes: Operational Stats. There’s a lot that goes on under the covers of SQL Server with your indexes. But […]

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Speaking at PASS DBA Virtual Chapter

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If you are looking to become more familiar with extended events, take a gander at this month’s DBA Virtual Chapter meeting.  I’ll be presenting at both of the meetings for the month. The first meeting will cover the basics and some information on where Extended Events is going.  The second will cover some deeper content […]