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SQLAuthority News – Online Session – Ancient Trade of Performance Tuning – Index, Beyond Index and No Index
Performance Tuning has been my favorite subject always. I love this subject the most. I personally have enjoyed every aspect of performance tuning. Quite often I have seen that when it is about performance, people end up talking about Indexes. Index for sure can help performance, but it is like ...
Microsoft has made available for download the SQL Server DENALI CTP3 Demo VHD several weeks ago at http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=27740. The SQL Server DENALI CTP3 Demo VHD is a fully configured HyperV image of SQL Server Denali CTP3 and SharePoint 2010 good for ...
I’ve spent the last week working with a fairly large cube – several fact tables have hundreds of millions of rows in – and, as always on an SSAS project, there are occasions when you have no choice but to reprocess the whole cube. Sitting round waiting for processing to ...
Every year I would go to the PASS Summit and hear something during one of the keynotes: the number count of people attending a Summit for the very first time. And every year that number would be roughly the same in terms of an overall percentage (or so it seemed ...
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