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So do you want to know what the largest SQL Server Event in the world looks like? From just an hour of looking at photos I grabbed a few of them that Pat Wright took. These images show what an awesome event that the SQL Server PASS Summit is. It ...
Auditing in SSIS can be a real headache. In this two part series blog I am going to try to make it a little easier. You can also download my white paper and sample files on Auditing SSIS here. You can also see this post and more at SQL University ...
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Probably the first thing I learned about query tuning is that "clock-on-the-wall" time is definitely not the thing you want to measure. The elapsed time a query takes can be influenced by countless factors (other processes running, disk speed, number of processors, amount of RAM, phase of the moon, a ...
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