SQL Server is easy to setup and get started, but over time databases typically get slower and slower as the size of the database grows along with increased use. It would be great to anticipate how large a database will grow and how many users there will be, but that's not always possible, so we need to be able to make performance adjustments along the way.
SQL Server comes with many tools to help optimize and tune performance, such as traces, extended events, execution plans, dynamic management views and more. In order to make the correct changes you need to know what tool to use, how to collect the right data, how to analyze the data and then make the right adjustments.
In this webcast, we will take a look at how and when to use these tools, so you can make better decisions to ensure proper performance of your database environment. In addition, we'll take a look at some tools from Quest that can make this process even simpler.
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