Performance Tuning Workshop

Key Concepts Covered in this Course

Klaus Aschenbrenner

Microsoft Certified Master for SQL Server

I work with Microsoft SQL Server for more than 20 years, and I provide with my company SQLpassion consulting and training services around the whole world.

Since 2012 I’m also a Microsoft Certified Master for SQL Server.

Course Description

Are you desperately searching for a way to enhance your SQL Server skills – especially when it comes to performance tuning? Yesterday your SQL Server was running smoothly, but today’s performance is very bad? Your end users are complaining? And You have no idea what the problem is nor how to solve it?

Because of these reasons I’m offering my SQL Server Performance Tuning Workshop that will cover everything you need to know about SQL Server performance tuning. 

Info: currently only available on request or as a corporate training!

5/5

Amazing Course

 
“This training on SQL Server performance tuning was extremely interesting. Klaus taught me lot of things I was not aware of. I especially loved the tips he gave on common mistakes and wrong concepts about SQL Server. Such information, coming from an independent expert (“expert” is still very understimated when talking about Klaus’ knowledge), is a lot more valuable than spending hours reading and googling. This training has a high return on investment and anyone who is seriously working with SQL Server should attend this workshop.”
Filip from Beerse, Belgium

Course Details

Course Duration

5 Days

Course Price

EUR 3990 incl. 20% VAT

Course Level

Intermediate

Agenda & Breakdown

Day 1 – Performance Tuning Fundamentals

  • Query Execution
    • Data Modification Statements
    • CHECKPOINT Process
    • Write Ahead Logging
  • Database Internals
    • Pages, Extent Management
    • Data Storage
  • Index Internals
    • Clustered Indexes
    • Non-Clustered Indexes
    • Clustered Key Dependency
  • Extended Events
    • Overview
    • Event Sessions
    • Event Targets

Day 2 – Working with large Databases

  • How to design a large database
    • File Group Design
    • File Placement Guidelines
    • Transaction Log
    • Online Piecemeal Restores
  • Partitioned Tables
    • Use Cases, Scenarios
    • Advantages
    • Limitations
    • Partitioned Views
    • Maintenance
  • Index and Statistics Maintenance
    • Rebuild
    • Reorganize
    • Transaction Log Impact
    • Maintenance options

Day 3 – Transactions & Concurrency

  • Pessimistic Concurrency
    • Read Uncommitted
    • Read Committed
    • Repeatable Read
    • Serializable
  • Optimistic Concurrency
    • Read Committed Snapshot Isolation
    • Snapshot Isolation
    • Version Store
  • Lock Escalations
    • Understanding Lock Escalations
    • Troubleshooting
    • Partitioned Tables
  • Deadlocking
    • Analyzing Deadlocks
    • Troubleshooting
    • Deadlock Avoidance

Day 4 – Performance Troubleshooting

  • Latches & Spinlocks
    • Overview
    • Analysis & Troubleshooting
    • Common Problems
  • Troubleshooting TempDb
    • Overview
    • Temp Tables vs. Table Variables
    • TempDb Latch Contention
    • Best Practices
  • Resource Governor
    • Overview
    • Resource Throttling
    • CPU, Memory, I/O
  • Memory Management
    • Configuration Options
    • Troubleshooting Memory Consumption
    • Best Practices

Day 5 – Performance Monitoring & Troubleshooting

  • Performance Monitoring Methodology
    • Establishing a Baseline
    • Wait Statistics
    • I/O Latency Times
  • OS and Storage Configuration
    • NUMA
    • RAID Levels
    • Storage Testing
  • Database Configuration
    • File Placement
    • Auto Growth
    • Statistics Options
    • Optimistic Concurrency
  • Performance Troubleshooting
    • Wait Statistics
    • Dynamic Management Views & Functions

Info: currently only available on request or as a corporate training!