New, Easy Way To Eliminate SQL Performance Issues In VMware

SIOS sponsored on-demand webinar

Webcast Abstract

When SQL Server performance issues in VMware arise, finding and resolving the root cause can be time consuming and complicated. You may have to assemble a team of domain experts representing infrastructure, network, or application to figure out where the issue originates and how best to fix it.

Learn how new easy-to-use machine learning-based technology is being used to identify SQL Server performance issues across the entire VMware infrastructure and to provide specific recommendations for resolving them. Join Tony Tomarchio, Director of Field Engineering at SIOS Technology as he examines common SQL performance use cases and demonstrates how easy it is to characterize and resolve them using machine-learning based IT analytics solution. He will also show how it can be used with SQL application optimization tools such as SQL Sentry Performance Advisor to provide comprehensive deep application analysis and optimization in a single, easy-to-use interface.

Speaker - Tony Tomarchio

Tony Tomarchio is the Director of Field Engineering for SIOS Technology. Tony is responsible for defining and delivering technical pre-sales services, support and best practices to SIOS customers, prospects and partners. Tony has more than a decade of experience providing systems management and high availability solutions to enterprise customers. Prior to joining SIOS, Tony served as the Global Sales Engineering lead for the Oracle systems management practice. Tony joined Oracle through the acquisitions of Sun Microsystems and Aduva, Inc., where he served as the lead Sales Engineer / Technical Account Manager and played a critical role in product adoption and evolution.

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