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Topic:

 

SQL Server Virtualization 301

Date:

 

Thursday, August 14th, 2014 @ 5:30 PM
(You must RSVP by 4:00 PM, the Tuesday prior to the meeting to attend)

Location:

 

Microsoft Technology Center, 200 East Randolph Drive, Suite 200 Chicago, IL 60601

Speaker:

 

David Klee

Abstract:

 

Can you objectively demonstrate that your SQL Servers are running the same or better after they were virtualized than when they were physical servers? Do you have your key system monitoring in place so you know your steady-state system performance metrics? What is your methodology and key items for benchmarking and baselines, and what are your long-term projections for when you will need more infrastructure capacity? Performance and capacity management topics are discussed in this interactive session, and key tips and tricks will be presented to help you squeeze the most performance from your virtualized SQL Servers.
 

Bio:

 

David Klee, Microsoft MVP and VMware vExpert, is a SQL Server performance and virtualization expert. With over seventeen years of IT experience, David spends his days handling performance and HA/DR architecture of physical and virtualized mission critical SQL Servers as the Founder of Heraflux Technologies. His areas of expertise are virtualization and performance, datacenter architecture, and business process analysis. You can read his blog at davidklee.net and reach him on Twitter at @kleegeek. David speaks at a number of national and regional technology related events, including the SQL PASS Summit, VMware Partner Exchange, SQL Saturday events, SQL PASS virtual chapter webinars, and many SQL Server User Groups.

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