PASS Austria

Willkommen bei der PASS Austria

Die PASS Austria ist eine unabhängige Interessengemeinschaft von SQL Server Anwendern und behandelt in regelmäßigen Treffen, in technischen Konferenzen und im Web unterschiedliche Themen rund um Microsoft SQL Server. Die PASS Austria ist ein gemeinnütziger Verein und Teil der internationalen Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) Organisation.

Sie ist für jedermann und –frau offen und soll als Informations- und Diskussionsforum sowohl für Anfänger als auch für Experten geeignet sein.

Interessierte sind herzlich willkommen sich auf http://www.sqlpass.org kostenfrei zu registrieren und als Mitglieder des "Austrian Chapters" einzutragen.

Next Meeting

Wednesday,

February

12

Community Meeting February

  • In-Person & Online @ Am Euro Platz 3, 1120 Wien, Austria (map)
  • 17:30 - 20:30 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
  • Language: English

PASS Community Meeting


Anmeldungen unter https://passaustriameeting.eventbrite.de/

Featured Presentation:

Index tuning for the developer

Stijn Wynants, Premier Field Engineer Microsoft

In this session, we will be showing you how to get the best performance out of your application by using a good indexing strategy. We will be looking at the differences between clustered/non-clustered indexes, and touch on the different kinds of indexes like Columnstore and options you have (filtered, fill factor,…). Next to this, we will show you some common best practices to make sure you are able to use your index, and how to reduce the overhead of your indexes. After this session you will be able to evaluate your current indexing strategies and have a view on what your options are to improve your performance.

Build your own partitioning using partitioned views

Fabian Schenker, Premier Field Engineer Microsoft

Partitioning can be quite a life changing experience – in a good but also a bad way. It has incredible advantages but is also quite limiting (and can cause headage...). During the presentation, I will use examples both in theory and demo to showcase the possibilities and limitations of partitioning while simultaneously using partitioned views to solve identical problems and more! What if you would like to have your hot data in-memory and your cold data in a clustered columnstore index? Even if both partitioning and partitioned views are not your hot topics, I also cover topics like CHECK constraints, updateable views, and a lot more…

 

 

 

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http://sqldays.net

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