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Some Course Reviews.
“I’ve also looked at the database with multiple system monitoring products. But really where do I go from here? and when I find the problem what do I really need to do? Mike really shows you the nitty gritty.”
“This was just the course I have been waiting for. Mike’s demos and scripts have helped me become a confident tuner. The best thing about this course was that I was able to improve our server performance straightaway.”
“I already have a great deal of DBA related experienced in the real world. What this course did for me was help me establish a model, and strategy for database tuning and performance monitoring.”
Thank you reviewers for your kind feedback.
This course focuses on making SQL Server more performant.
SQL Server is like a high performance sports car. Anyone can drive it but put it in the hands of a skilled performance tuner and you’ve just gone from average to incredible.
No one wants an average performing system and with the KNOWLEDGE acquired from THIS COURSE your performance tuning acumen won’t be average either.
This course will give YOU the foundation to become a skilled PERFORMANCE TUNER.
WE will start by building a baseline. How can you measure YOUR success without knowing how poorly the system was before you arrived?
Baselines give us a before and after snapshot of the system we are going to tune.
Once thought of as an art, performance tuning is nothing more than a series of processes that seek to accomplish TWO basic goals.
The FIRST one is to increase the response time for a given transaction or set of transactions.
The SECOND one is reduce resource consumption. On the surface this sounds simple but nothing could be further from the truth.
A database is a collection of objects. The most fundamental and most important is the table object. Users interact with tables via transactions. Most online transaction processing databases are read and write heavy. We put data into to our tables or INSERT it and we read that data or SELECT it.
Let’s use an online ordering system as an example. I need a product and I’ve found it on x(dot)com. Before I can order it I need to give x(dot)com a few things. My name, address, product I’m ordering and money of course. All this information is INSERTED into various tables. Once I’ve provided all the necessary information someone at x(dot)has to SELECT or read that data so my order can be filled.
Imagine for a minute that I make several attempts to provide x(dot)com with my name, address… etc. However, after three attempts the information can’t be saved to the database and I receive multiple errors. Most people won’t try three times unless the product can’t be purchased somewhere else. Most users will look elsewhere after that second failure.
This course WILL provide YOU with the foundation necessary to ensure data can be saved and retrieved so the database will have an organic flow of transactions.
ENROLL now. Let’s get started!!!
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