June 27 – David Klee – Virtual SQL Servers, Actual Performance

Dates: 06/01/2016 - 06/27/2016 Dates: 06/01/2016 - 06/27/2016 Location: Roundabout Diner, 580 Us Highway 1 Byp, Portsmouth, NH

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Join us at our Portsmouth Location, Roundabout Diner  for:
Virtual SQL Servers, Actual Performance
Virtualizing your business-critical SQL Servers should not imply that they will run slower than if they were physical. When properly architected and managed, virtual SQL Servers should be equally as fast as their physical counterparts, if not faster. However, if not properly constructed, silent and seemingly random performance killers can strike and significantly hurt your database performance.
This session is packed with many tips and tricks for getting the most performance from your virtual SQL Servers. The major roadblocks to performance are discussed, and the knowledge gained can help you work with your infrastructure engineers so that you can optimize the system stack for performance. Tools, techniques, and processes are demonstrated to help you measure and validate the system performance of the key components underneath your data.
About David
David Klee is a Microsoft MVP and VMware vExpert with over seventeen years of IT experience. David spends his days handling performance and HA/DR architecture of mission-critical SQL Servers as the Founder of Heraflux Technologies. His areas of expertise are virtualization and performance, datacenter architecture, and risk mitigation through high availability and disaster recovery. You can read his blog at davidklee.net, and reach him on Twitter at @kleegeek.

We start arriving about 6pm to network and have some appetizers with the main event starting between 6:30pm and 6:45pm. The main presentation usually lasts between 60 and 90 minutes and we’ll hang around to discuss the topic and other things for awhile afterwards.

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