SQL Server Webcasts and Videos


Upcoming Live SQL Server Webcasts

  • Writing efficient code for SQL Server Based Applications

    Writing efficient code for SQL Server Based Applications

    In this webinar we will take a look at things you should be aware of when writing SQL code for your database applications. We will cover various topics that should be part of your overall development practices that will help with your future database application projects.

  • Working Around the Workload

    Working Around the Workload

    How can the production database support everything the business wants to throw at it, and be continuously available, and perform well? Tune in as we discuss how (and why) businesses keep adding on to their existing environments, and how you, as the keeper of the database, can keep it all in check.

  • Improve SQL Server Data Quality in SSIS

    Improve SQL Server Data Quality in SSIS

    In this webinar, we'll show you how you can use the Data Quality components from Melissa in SSIS to drastically improve the quality of your data in an efficient manner. Join us for some demos on validating emails, geocoding information, profiling data and more.

  • Identify SQL Server Performance Problems Quickly and Efficiently

    Identify SQL Server Performance Problems Quickly and Efficiently

    Optimal SQL Server performance remains a high priority for DBAs and Developers. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to identify the root cause of the issue, optimize the queries, implement the needed changes and validate the improvement. This is where SQL Grease can provide a tremendous amount of insight, time savings and performance improvements with deep insight into performance problems.

  • Monitoring and Improving SQL Server Performance in the Cloud

    Monitoring and Improving SQL Server Performance in the Cloud

    In this webinar, you will learn about the different SQL Server cloud platform offerings, the monitoring tools you have available in the cloud, and how you can save money by tuning your databases.

  • A Beginners Guide to SQL Server Monitoring

    A Beginners Guide to SQL Server Monitoring

    Monitoring is more than a little complicated. You might need to know what is going on right now, what was going on while you were at lunch, or any of a dozen trends over the past year. You want to measure how things are performing, but you also need to know when things are going wrong - jobs failing, deadlocks, and timeouts are just some of the things we need to check on sooner rather than later.



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