PASS Modern Migration Tour 2019 - BATON ROUGE Event!

posted May 8, 2019, 3:52 PM by william assaf   [ updated May 30, 2019, 11:16 AM by John Wells ]
Modern Migration Tour 2019 - BATON ROUGE
PRESENTED BY YOUR Baton Rouge SQL Server User Group!

Baton Rouge is one of the sites for an international SQL Server event by PASS!


Description

With End of support for SQL Server 2008 around the corner (ends in July!), do you have a plan?

What do you need to do to ensure your transition is smooth? What approach do you take? 

Not only will you receive insightful views on migration, you’ll also walk away with an actionable plan for the year ahead.

  • Learn from peers and experts
  • Direct from the engineers at Microsoft and Intel
  • Have fun, get cool swag

Speakers:
Thomas Leblanc
William Assaf 


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Date And Time

Wed, 12 June 2019

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT

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Louisiana Technology Park

7117 Florida Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70806

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The PASS Migration Event will be followed by our regular user group meeting.



June 2019 SQL Server User Group meeting

When: Wednesday, 06/12/2019

Agenda:
• 5:30 - 5:45: Introduction/Food and Drinks <-- Note our earlier start time!
• 5:45 - 7:30: Presentations
• 7:30 - Until: Open forum for questions

Location: Louisiana Technology Parklocation info here


Main Presentation:

Execution Plans in SQL Server 2017

After our Modern Migration Tour special event at 3pm (see below!) stay for more SQL Server insights! Performance Tuning starts with looking at a plan SQL Server internally uses to execute T-SQL. There are many parts to the plan as well as additional options for performance tuning. This session will provide real-world examples of T-SQL that can cause execution plans to not be optimal. The plan might also expose additions in the form of new indexes that can be added to improve performance. There are many paths to reading these plans that need to be discussed and probably you will hear 'it depends' in this session. Explanations of why it depends will be used with examples. Plus a look at Query Store in 2017.

 

Main Speaker:  Thomas LeBlanc

 

Thomas LeBlanc (Microsoft Data Platform MVP) is a Data Warehouse Architect in Baton Rouge, and uses his 30+ years in IT to develop OLTP systems with normalized databases for high-performing T-SQL and dimensional data marts. Development is done in SSIS, SSAS, SSRS, Power BI, and Excel. As a PASS volunteer, he is past chair of Excel BI and Data Arch VCs and is active in the Baton Rouge Analytics and SQL Server User groups as well as SQLSaturday in Baton Rouge. Blog - TheSmilingDBA.BlogSpot.com and Thomas-LeBlanc.com



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