We are excited to invite you to the next meeting of the Oklahoma City SQL Server Users Group!
First up is Kristin Ferrier doing a 15 minute lightening talk on HiveQL:
Kristin Ferrier is a data and analytics enthusiast with more than a decade of SQL Server experience, including several years in the BI realm. She loves her job as a Senior Data Analyst in the oil and gas industry and is co-founder and former president of OKCSQL. Regional speaking credits include Tulsa Tech Fest and SQL Saturday Dallas.
Next Grant Fritchey is our remote speaker. Below are the details:
Grant has authored numerous books including “SQL Server Execution Plans” (Red Gate Publishing) and “SQL Server Performance Tuning” (Apress). He also publishes articles through Simple-Talk, SQL Server Central and other professional technical sites. He is a frequent speaker at events ranging from local user group meetings to international conferences such as TechEd, PASS Summit, SQLBits, Live360 and Techorama.
Grant currently serves on the board of directors at the PASS organization. He has been awarded as a Microsoft MVP since 2009 and a D&B MVP since 2014.
The title for the talk is SQL Server Optimization Checklist and will cover:
There’s just so much to do to get your systems to run in an optimal fashion, but where do you start. This session will walk you through an extensive checklist of things you can do to better manage your servers, databases and code. We’ll start with server configurations and what you can do with them. We’ll then move through standard administrative tasks that will help with performance. Then it’s off to the intricacies of database design and how that can affect performance. We’ll finish up with T-SQL and where it can hurt or help your systems. All examples in the session will use readily available tools that are a standard part of SQL Server. Get your own systems to run faster with the information you’ll receive. When: Monday, Dec. 8th Time: 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Food and Drinks will be provided by GDH
SQL Saturday Austin – Jan 31st, 2015 – https://www.sqlsaturday.com/362/eventhome.aspx
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