SentryOne Performance Boot Camp [Dev]

Full Day
DBA, Database Developer, Analyst, BI/Analytics Practitioner, IT Pro, Consultant, IT Manager/Director/Executive, Developer
Engineered with scalability, virtualization, and hybrid environments in mind, SentryOne allows data professionals to consolidate their tool sets, reduce infrastructure costs, and increase database speed and efficiency. In this full-day session, SentryOne experts will guide you through best practices for tuning your database, giving you the knowledge you need to diagnose root causes of performance issues and optimize your entire server environment for peak performance, regardless of size or complexity. The session will cover SQL Server performance topics such as conducting root cause analysis, troubleshooting query performance, and setting up an effective alerting system. You'll get plenty of one-on-one interaction with our SentryOne experts (many of whom are Microsoft MVPs) during breaks and at the closing Q & A session. Who Should Attend:
  • Current SentryOne customers
  • Data professionals who are evaluating database performance solutions
  • Data professionals interested in general SQL Server performance tuning guidelines
Find out more about the SentryOne Bootcamp here. Sessions: Keynote (30 Minutes) - 200 Greg Gonzalez, CEO SentryOne Configuration (75 Minutes) - 300 Lori Edwards SentryOne Advanced Alerting (60 minutes) - 400 Scott Fallen The What, Why, and How of Collecting Telemetry Data (30 minutes) - 200 Melissa Coates Get Your SQL Server in Shape (60 Minutes) - 300 Rich Douglas Troubleshooting Query Performance Using Top SQL (60 minutes) - 400 John Martin Interactive Demo (60 minutes) - 400 Group Resource Forecasting with SentryOne (30 minutes) – 300 Fred Frost Operation Debrief (45 minutes) - 300 SentryOne Team Stick around for a beer and engage with the entire SentryOne team. This will be an open Q&A session, feedback opportunity, and chance to learn a few things we don't cover in the sessions. Enjoy a cold one on us and ask the burning questions you have about SentryOne or SQL Server.