Yossi Mihailovici explains how data compression works in SQL Server, and why you should be paying attention...
Read all about it here: http://www.madeira.co.il/compression-much-more-than-saving-space/
Just before the annual PASS Summit, we picked the best SQL presentations by some of the top SQL Server professionals in the world. Our SQL Server experts took the original webcasts and presentations and added their own demos, tips and best practices.
Tuesday, 23.10.12, 8:30-17:00 at Microsoft offices, 2 HaPnina st. Raanana.
It would be easier to understand the meaning of the server side trace if we only understand that beside being a great tool, SQL Server Profiler is nothing but a user interface that runs several system stored procedures which expose the true functionality of SQL Trace. Read Dudi Rosenthal's post:
Assign a color to a category and never again be confused about who’s winning. Read Naama Zohn's interesting article about fixed chart colors in SSRS:
Policy-Based Management is a tool added to SQL Server in its 2008 version, and its purpose is to help implementing various policies for reliable configuration of the system across the enterprise.
Here's what Dudi Rosenthal has to say about it:
Recently, one of Eitan Blumin's older websites was attacked by the most recent mass SQL Injection attack. Here's how he handled it as a DBA:
Read Eitan Blumin's fantastic post on Fully Dynamic Search Conditions vs. SQL Injection
Take a look at EXCEPT and INTERSECT SET Operations and let Asaf Aviv tell you all about them:
When data changes, have SQL Server track those changes while you sleep. Read Naama Zohn's very interesting post:
Haim Fishner's presentation of Cursor types and Compression as delivered at August 2012 SQL Server User Group:
Starting July 30th, held on Mondays and Thursdays from 9:00-16:30 and instructed by the great Noam Brezis.
Details at the link and at 09-7400101.
Call now and recieve a 5% discount!
A session on Parallel Processing given by Noam Brezis at the Israeli User Group.
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