Heather Eichman interviews Kevin Kline, the former President of PASS and systems specialist for the SQL Server Business Unit at Quest Software.
If managing your corporate data for the long term isn’t currently on your mind, it should be!
How can we be both efficient and effective in our day to day life and career – aimed at the SQL Server professional, but good for anyone.
Kevin Kline will offer insight into best practices for SQL Server 2005 set up, configuration and queries. He will also discuss tuning for both the server and hardware to help an application perform better after it is deployed. This presentation will offer a better understanding of several SQL Server performance related areas including:
* Hardware design
* SQL Server configuration settings
* Database configuration settings
* Application design
* SQL Tuning
In a nutshell, NoSQL databases (also called post-relational databases) are a variety of loosely grouped means of storing data without requiring the SQL language.
Is integrity a characteristic that you are born with or can it be developed intentionally?
Join SQL Server MVP and President of PASS, Kevin Kline as he:
* Identifies the issues that can arise from relying only on modeling tools
* Discusses the 10 most common modeling issues you will face when transforming data models from logical (conceptual) to physical
* Describes how to correctly identify and resolve serious problems
* Provides best practices to resolve issues
…IT leaders see signs of improving prospects. What does that bode for SQL Server in 2010?
It seems like I’ve known Arnie Rowland (blog | twitter) since the dawn of time. But it’s really more like the last several years, or at least since Arnie achieved Microsoft MVP status, that I really got to know him. Arnie has also been trying to get me to speak to the user group he […]