Yesterday we got confirmation from SQLPASS if our submitted sessions for the upcoming SQLPASSS summit in Seattle (October 11 – 14) were accepted. I’m very lucky to announce that my submitted session “Advanced SQL Server 2008 Troubleshooting” made it to the summit as a regular session (75min)! Here’s the abstract that I have submitted:
It’s Friday, 05:00pm. You are just receiving an email that informs you that your SQL Server has enormous performance problems! What can you do? How can you identify the problem and resolve it fast? Which tools provides you SQL Server for this task? In this session you will see a lot of different tools with which you can do effective SQL Server troubleshooting. You will learn how to identify performance bottlenecks with those tools, and how to resolve the identified bottlenecks.
I’m really proud of presenting this session, because all my work from the past and from the future is about SQL Server performance tuning and troubleshooting. I’ve also presented a 1-day workshop at the previous SQLbits conference about this topic, where I got really good and promising feedback. See here for some attendee voices. I’m also organizing several 3-day long workshops across Europe about this topic. So, if you are not able to attend the SQLPASS summit, but you are interested in that topic, you can also join one of my scheduled workshops here in Europe – see http://www.csharp.at/events.html for further information.
See you soon in Seattle!