SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting; Replaying Profiler Traces; nugget on %%lockres%%
Come and join us for this great evening focusing on Administering SQL Server.
These meetings are great opportunities to meet other SQL Server professionals, get your burning issues solved.
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18:00 - 18:30 Meet & Greet
18:30 - 18:40 Intro, what’s in the news, Q&A,
18:40 - 18:45 Nugget 1 %%lockres%% - James Rowland-Jones
18:45 - 18:50 Nugget 2 - Common MDX Gotchas when aggregating inside Calculated Members - Ashwani Roy
18:50 - 19:40 End-to-End SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting - Iain Kick
19:40 - 20:00 Networking with refreshments (sponsored by Microsoft)
20:00 - 21:00 Replaying Trace Files - Martin Bell
Microsoft London Cardinal Place 100 Victoria Street London SW1E 5JL
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Iain Kick Bio
Iain Kick is a SQL Server systems consultant with more than eight years of experience working with complex database environments starting with Microsoft SQL Server version 6.5. He is currently the lead consultant for Quest Software’s SQL Server business in the United Kingdom and Ireland. In this role, he is responsible for pre- and post sales support and technical guidance including understanding the business drivers of Quest’s customers and delivering effective solutions and expertise, technical guidance and implementation support to address customer requirements. Prior to joining Quest in 2005, Iain was a production DBA for Framlington Group and ITouch PLC. He is involved in and supports the SQL Server community as an author and speaker, and has presented at various industry events including SQLBits, regional user groups, to Microsoft TS teams and at Quest product launches and customer events all over Europe. Iain specialises SQL Server performance, tuning and backup/recovery. He graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 1999 with a degree in computer studies.
Martin Bell has been a freelance computer consultant in the UK for over 23 years. He has worked on many relational database systems and since the 1998 has specialized in SQL Server. He was first awarded Microsoft MVP (SQL Server) status in June 2003. Martin organises the Leeds and Scottish Area SQL Server User Group meetings and is one of the founding members of the SQLBits organising committee.