Kansas City SQL Server User Group

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Welcome

We typically have meetings on the third Thursday on the month (times and locations may vary). 

We strongly encourage you to register and sign up using the registration link above to receive updates and announcements regarding our local chapter.  

Still have questions, please email me at: skirilov2009@gmail.com.

 

 

Next Meeting

Thursday,

April

16

Performance Troubleshooting Using Wait Statistics

  • In-Person @ 11467 W 95th St Overland Park, Kansas, United States (map)
  • 14:30 - 16:00 Central Daylight Time
  • Language: English

  

Featured Presentation:

KC SQL Server User Group - Performance Troubleshooting Using Wait Statistics

Paul Randal, CEO and Owner SQLskills.com

One of the first things you should check when investigating performance issues are wait statistics - as these can often point you in the direction for further analysis. Unfortunately many people misinterpret what SQL Server is telling them and jump to conclusions about how to solve the problem - what is often called 'knee-jerk performance tuning'. In this session, you will learn what waits are, how to analyze them, and potential solutions to common problem patterns. About Paul: Paul Randal is the CEO of SQLskills.com, which he runs with his wife Kimberly L. Tripp. Both Paul and Kimberly are very widely known and respected experts in the SQL Server world, with both being SQL Server MVPs, and Microsoft Regional Directors. Paul was a Contributing Editor for TechNet Magazine, where he wrote the bi-monthly SQL Q&A column and feature articles. He also had the #1 top-rated workshop and #1 and #2 top-rated sessions at the PASS Summit in 2013.

About Paul:
Paul’s an author, consultant, and top-rated speaker having spoken at PASS, TechEd, SQLintersection, and numerous other events around the world. He spent 9 years working on the SQL Server team, writing DBCC CHECKDB, and ultimately responsible for the entire Storage Engine. In 2007 Paul left Microsoft to co-own and run SQLskills.com, and has been a SQL Server MVP ever since. When he's not tweeting, blogging, or helping someone recover from a disaster, he's likely to be underwater somewhere in the world with his wife, Kimberly L. Tripp. Full bio at http://www.sqlskills.com/about/paul-s-randal/

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