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Presentation Materials “What Are You Waiting For?”

Here are the presentation materials for today’s Pragmatic Works Training on the T’s session What Are You Waiting For – Explanation of the Value of Performing Wait Analysis.  The other session that I mention during the presentation is Extended Events: Work Smarter, Not Harder. Materials: If you have any questions from the session, please leave a comment.

TSQL Tuesday #005 – Wait Stat Report – #TSQL2sDay

I’ve been meaning to join in on the T-SQL Tuesday event for the last couple months and let the time opportunity slip by.  This month’s topic is reporting and its seems like a good time to get in on the event. The great thing about reporting is that for the past few months I’ve been…

Wait Stat Categories

A few weeks ago I posted a job that I use to track wait stats in the DBA database that I bring to a number of clients.  I had promised to follow-up with a couple or three reports that could be used to monitor the values that were being aggregated in those tables. Before getting…

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If You Don’t Know Where You’ve Been

If you don’t know where you’ve been, how can you expect to know where you are going.  Seems like such a simple little line and I’m sure many of us can look at history, politicians, and maybe that restaurant review that you didn’t heed when it comes to this line.  But this also applies to DBAs and more specifically…

September PASSMN Meeting Tonight

The Minnesota SQL Server user group (PASSMN) meeting is tonight at the Microsoft offices.  Come check us out to network and mingle with your peers and also for the opportunity to learn some new things. Tonight’s topics are: SQL Server and Partition Alignment Wait-Time Based Performance Management If you have questions or need more information…

Checkout PASSMN Meeting Next Week

Just one week until the next PASSMN meeting.  As I mentioned last week, this month we’ll be focusing a  bit on performance.    And yeah, guys with lights coming out of his body means performance… or it might be just a great party.  Come out and join the discussion with a snack and some great presentations.…

PASSMN September Meeting

Just two weeks away is the next PASSMN meeting.  This month we’ll be focusing a  bit on performance and to emphasis this point I found a picture of someone moving so fast that light emanates from their body. SQL Server and Partition Alignment & Wait-Time Based Performance Management September 15th 2:30 PM Networking & Social…