A single inefficient query can have disastrous effects. A bad statement may overload all database processors. Improvements to SQL performance tend to be the safest changes you can make to an application, least likely to break the application somewhere else, and they help both performance and throughput, with no hardware cost or minimal cost at worst (in the case of added indexes, which require disk space). The labor cost of tuning SQL is minimal, yet the benefit-to-cost ratio is high. So high that all significant database-based applications should have their high-load SQL tuned. This 3-day course provides you with the skills to tune SQL to maximize performance.
Monday, April 1 – Wednesday, April 3, 2013
8:30 am – 5:00 pm
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