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PASS Virtualization VC Open Q&A Oct 16

David Klee will be answering questions during an open Q&A session with the PASS Virtualization Virtual Chapter at 1pm Central on October 16th. Bring your questions and RSVP today!


Sponsoring Lincoln SQL Server Users Group with Kevin Kline

Heraflux is proud to sponsor this month’s SQL Server User Group in Lincoln, NE, to be held at Don’t Panic Lab’s Barnyard on October 11th starting at 6pm. Kevin Kline from SentryOne is joining us to discuss Five Critical Considerations When Moving to the Cloud. RSVP for this outstanding event today at the group web site.


Lincoln SQL Server Users Group 2019

David Klee is proud to present at the Lincoln Nebraska SQL Server Users Group on September 5th! Stay tuned for more details!


GLASS User Group Remote Presentation 2019

Heraflux is proud to announce that David Klee will be presenting a remote user group session entitled “Modern CPU Architecture and SQL Server Performance” for the Greater Lansing Area for SQL Server on August 13th, 2019. Please RSVP for the user group session here!

Abstract: Modern CPU architectures are complex and misunderstood, especially as they relate to SQL Server instance configuration and database usage patterns. Default values in virtualization and the SQL Server instance can cause misalignments and improper balance in the way the SQL Server lines up with the CPUs and memory, which results in an immediate (and silent) performance penalty. Come learn as we discuss topics such as physical and virtual NUMA, hyperthreading, query parallelism, and instance settings, and show you how to validate your SQL Server architecture and improve the performance of your critical SQL Servers for both on-prem and cloud-based SQL Servers.


Edmonton SQL Server Users Group Remote Presentation

On February 21st at 5:30pm Mountain Time, David Klee will be presenting a remote session for the Edmonton SQL Server Users Group. RSVP today!

Zen and the Art of Perfmon

If your boss asked you for the list of the five most CPU-hungry databases in your environment six months from now for an upcoming licensing review, could you come up with an answer? Performance data can be overwhelming, but you can make sense of the mess. Twisting your brain and looking at the data in different ways can help you identify resource bottlenecks that are limiting your SQL Server performance today. Painting a clear picture of what your servers should be doing can help alert you when something is abnormal. Trending this data over time will help you project how much resource consumption you will have months away. Come learn how to extract meaning from your performance trends and how to use it to proactively manage the resource consumption from your SQL Servers.


I-380 PASS Remote Presentation

On February 12 at 6:00pm, David Klee will be presenting a remote session to the I-380 PASS SQL Server Users Grouphttps://380pass.pass.org/. RSVP today!

Zen and the Art of Perfmon

If your boss asked you for the list of the five most CPU-hungry databases in your environment six months from now for an upcoming licensing review, could you come up with an answer? Performance data can be overwhelming, but you can make sense of the mess. Twisting your brain and looking at the data in different ways can help you identify resource bottlenecks that are limiting your SQL Server performance today. Painting a clear picture of what your servers should be doing can help alert you when something is abnormal. Trending this data over time will help you project how much resource consumption you will have months away. Come learn how to extract meaning from your performance trends and how to use it to proactively manage the resource consumption from your SQL Servers.


PASS Data Expert Series 2019

I’m very honored to have one of my PASS Summit sessions chosen for the PASS Data Expert Series, taking place this Thursday, February 7th!

This is an awesome opportunity to see some of the top-rated sessions from this year’s PASS Summit. Included is my session on SQL Server Management Studio, which ended up being the second-best attended session of the entire conference. I will be available to answer any questions that come up during the presentation.

Sound awesome? Register today! I hope to see you there!


Join Me for PASS Data Expert Series!

I’m very honored to have one of my PASS Summit sessions chosen for the PASS Data Expert Series, taking place this Thursday, February 7th!

This is an awesome opportunity to see some of the top-rated sessions from this year’s PASS Summit. Included is my session on SQL Server Management Studio, which ended up being the second-best attended session of the entire conference. I will be available to answer any questions that come up during the presentation.

Sound awesome? Register today! I hope to see you there!


PASS Summit 2018

Heraflux is thrilled to announce our contributions to this year’s PASS Summit to be held in Seattle, WA held November 6-9th at the Washington Conference Center.

Both David Klee and Bob Pusateri are presenting sessions this year. Stay tuned for more details!


PASS Summit 2018

What a whirlwind year this has been! I’m thrilled to invite you to my sessions at this year’s PASS Summit, happening this week in Seattle WA.

Tuesday 11:30am to 1:00pm I’m part of the cloud availability panel over lunch at the SentryOne Data Day precon at the Summit. I hope you already registered for this exciting opportunity to learn more about performance and availability-related topics in this whole-day discussion.

Next, for those of you that still have your mission-critical workloads in your on-premises datacenter (or even for those who have them in the cloud, because almost all of the topics directly apply!), come to my session Wednesday morning at 10:45am entitled “On-Prem SQL Servers, Interstellar Performance“. This deep-dive on virtual SQL Server performance will help you squeeze the most performance from your virtualized SQL Servers, and will help you communicate with your infrastructure team on things that matter the most to performance-oriented SQL Servers. You’ll be sure to have quite a bit of real-world tips and tricks to take back to the office as soon as you return from the conference.

Thursday morning I’m part of the SIOS PASS the Bacon breakfast panel, where we’ll get a good chuckle while we discuss a number of topics pertinent to today’s DBA, such as availability both on-prem and in the cloud, disaster mitigation and preparation, and other availability topics. Come register here, get a great breakfast on the house, and learn while you laugh!

Next, Bob Pusateri and I have a session Thursday afternoon called “SELECT STARS: A SQL DBA’s Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB”, where we discuss and present Microsoft’s new Cosmos DB offering on the Azure platform. This platform is a completely different model of databases than what most SQL Server professionals are accustomed to, and we’ll give you the details you need to expand your horizons and learn about this exciting platform. This session is more of the ‘what’ session to get you amped to learn more about the platform on Friday.

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PASS Virtualization VC Open Q&A Oct 16

David Klee will be answering questions during an open Q&A session with the PASS Virtualization Virtual Chapter at 1pm Central on October 16th. Bring your questions and RSVP today!


Sponsoring Lincoln SQL Server Users Group with Kevin Kline

Heraflux is proud to sponsor this month’s SQL Server User Group in Lincoln, NE, to be held at Don’t Panic Lab’s Barnyard on October 11th starting at 6pm. Kevin Kline from SentryOne is joining us to discuss Five Critical Considerations When Moving to the Cloud. RSVP for this outstanding event today at the group web site.


Lincoln SQL Server Users Group 2019

David Klee is proud to present at the Lincoln Nebraska SQL Server Users Group on September 5th! Stay tuned for more details!


GLASS User Group Remote Presentation 2019

Heraflux is proud to announce that David Klee will be presenting a remote user group session entitled “Modern CPU Architecture and SQL Server Performance” for the Greater Lansing Area for SQL Server on August 13th, 2019. Please RSVP for the user group session here!

Abstract: Modern CPU architectures are complex and misunderstood, especially as they relate to SQL Server instance configuration and database usage patterns. Default values in virtualization and the SQL Server instance can cause misalignments and improper balance in the way the SQL Server lines up with the CPUs and memory, which results in an immediate (and silent) performance penalty. Come learn as we discuss topics such as physical and virtual NUMA, hyperthreading, query parallelism, and instance settings, and show you how to validate your SQL Server architecture and improve the performance of your critical SQL Servers for both on-prem and cloud-based SQL Servers.


Edmonton SQL Server Users Group Remote Presentation

On February 21st at 5:30pm Mountain Time, David Klee will be presenting a remote session for the Edmonton SQL Server Users Group. RSVP today!

Zen and the Art of Perfmon

If your boss asked you for the list of the five most CPU-hungry databases in your environment six months from now for an upcoming licensing review, could you come up with an answer? Performance data can be overwhelming, but you can make sense of the mess. Twisting your brain and looking at the data in different ways can help you identify resource bottlenecks that are limiting your SQL Server performance today. Painting a clear picture of what your servers should be doing can help alert you when something is abnormal. Trending this data over time will help you project how much resource consumption you will have months away. Come learn how to extract meaning from your performance trends and how to use it to proactively manage the resource consumption from your SQL Servers.


I-380 PASS Remote Presentation

On February 12 at 6:00pm, David Klee will be presenting a remote session to the I-380 PASS SQL Server Users Grouphttps://380pass.pass.org/. RSVP today!

Zen and the Art of Perfmon

If your boss asked you for the list of the five most CPU-hungry databases in your environment six months from now for an upcoming licensing review, could you come up with an answer? Performance data can be overwhelming, but you can make sense of the mess. Twisting your brain and looking at the data in different ways can help you identify resource bottlenecks that are limiting your SQL Server performance today. Painting a clear picture of what your servers should be doing can help alert you when something is abnormal. Trending this data over time will help you project how much resource consumption you will have months away. Come learn how to extract meaning from your performance trends and how to use it to proactively manage the resource consumption from your SQL Servers.


PASS Data Expert Series 2019

I’m very honored to have one of my PASS Summit sessions chosen for the PASS Data Expert Series, taking place this Thursday, February 7th!

This is an awesome opportunity to see some of the top-rated sessions from this year’s PASS Summit. Included is my session on SQL Server Management Studio, which ended up being the second-best attended session of the entire conference. I will be available to answer any questions that come up during the presentation.

Sound awesome? Register today! I hope to see you there!


Join Me for PASS Data Expert Series!

I’m very honored to have one of my PASS Summit sessions chosen for the PASS Data Expert Series, taking place this Thursday, February 7th!

This is an awesome opportunity to see some of the top-rated sessions from this year’s PASS Summit. Included is my session on SQL Server Management Studio, which ended up being the second-best attended session of the entire conference. I will be available to answer any questions that come up during the presentation.

Sound awesome? Register today! I hope to see you there!


PASS Summit 2018

Heraflux is thrilled to announce our contributions to this year’s PASS Summit to be held in Seattle, WA held November 6-9th at the Washington Conference Center.

Both David Klee and Bob Pusateri are presenting sessions this year. Stay tuned for more details!


PASS Summit 2018

What a whirlwind year this has been! I’m thrilled to invite you to my sessions at this year’s PASS Summit, happening this week in Seattle WA.

Tuesday 11:30am to 1:00pm I’m part of the cloud availability panel over lunch at the SentryOne Data Day precon at the Summit. I hope you already registered for this exciting opportunity to learn more about performance and availability-related topics in this whole-day discussion.

Next, for those of you that still have your mission-critical workloads in your on-premises datacenter (or even for those who have them in the cloud, because almost all of the topics directly apply!), come to my session Wednesday morning at 10:45am entitled “On-Prem SQL Servers, Interstellar Performance“. This deep-dive on virtual SQL Server performance will help you squeeze the most performance from your virtualized SQL Servers, and will help you communicate with your infrastructure team on things that matter the most to performance-oriented SQL Servers. You’ll be sure to have quite a bit of real-world tips and tricks to take back to the office as soon as you return from the conference.

Thursday morning I’m part of the SIOS PASS the Bacon breakfast panel, where we’ll get a good chuckle while we discuss a number of topics pertinent to today’s DBA, such as availability both on-prem and in the cloud, disaster mitigation and preparation, and other availability topics. Come register here, get a great breakfast on the house, and learn while you laugh!

Next, Bob Pusateri and I have a session Thursday afternoon called “SELECT STARS: A SQL DBA’s Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB”, where we discuss and present Microsoft’s new Cosmos DB 200 OK

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