With my 3rd year of submissions for the SQLPASS Summit and I was once again fortunate to be amongst the group of presenters who were selected for this years program, having also presented @ 2011 & 2012 Summits it is getting more competitive each year as many of the World’s TOP presenters are vying for their session’s to be selected, alongside those newer to the larger conference stage
So I’m very honoured to be one of those chosen, with just the increasing numbers of abstracts submitted each year, and each one of these needed to be reviewed & ranked by the those who volunteered as part of the abstract committee
I was also part of one of those teams reviewing abstracts in one of the tracks, not the same ones I had submissions for of course, from my perspective everyone involved worked hard to provide the best selection of sessions they could – So a Big Thanks to all of them for the hard work they put in for the review process on a record number of submissions
It’s often difficult to know how your SQL Servers will perform under different loads. By performing load testing, we can gain these key insights, perform modifications to existing configurations, and understand the impact on performance levels.
Come learn about the native tools at our disposal for performing these important load tests and how we can identify when performance levels begin to drop. Using demos of these native tools – including Distributed Replay Utility (DRU), Database Tuning Adviser (DTA), Perfmon, Extended Events, and Profiler – we’ll see how to plan and perform a load test project, gain an understanding of SQL Server’s performance under varying load scenarios, and discover which tell-tale indicators can help alert us to performance degradation.