Attend this webinar to learn how Precise for .NET can help pinpoint performance issues by collecting and analyzing performance data from end to end to isolate the root cause of application performance problems.
SQL Server has the ability to scale to very large databases with thousands of concurrent users, but having all of your data in one database is often not the most ideal solution. Learn how replication can play a key part in scaling your database applications.
In light of the recent large scale ransomware attack, IT teams are frantically looking at their own policies and hoping they are covered. The problem with ransomware is there is no single magic bullet. An understanding of complete overarching preventative and protective strategies is needed to combat this alarming threat to IT infrastructures everywhere.
Learn how SQL Inventory Manager provides all the details you need for complete visibility and enables you to compile and review the information about your SQL Server environment, so that you can effectively manage your inventory.
Configuring systems to a standard and maintaining those standards is a key aspect for meeting audit & compliance requirements. In this presentation we'll look at what tools are available out of the box for your SQL Server farm, where you will likely need to augment checks and corrective actions using scripts, and how to plan a custom reporting architecture to be able to show an auditor you're performing these actions regularly.
To prevent and diagnose availability, health, and performance issues it is important to review and manage the configuration of SQL Server instances and databases. Whether you want to view and modify the settings of instances and databases or compare settings to historical snapshots and other instances, it is important to have a quick and easy way to access this information. Learn how SQL Admin Toolset can help.
Join this webinar to get up to speed on SQL Server Columnstore Indexes for Data Warehousing. You'll learn which types of columnstore indexes there are, how you can integrate them into your data warehouse and what performance gains you can expect.