Webcast : IDERA Live | Performance tuning Azure SQL Database
Presenter: Monica Rathbun
Have you moved to a cloud database like Azure SQL Database and are having performance issues? While the Azure SQL services running in Azure are like SQL Server, they are key differences in performance tuning methodologies.
In this session, you will learn about monitoring options, changes in cloud DMVs, and additional cloud tuning tools like Azure SQL Analytics and Performance Insights that can allow you quickly get to performance data across several instances. You will learn about what you need to keep in mind when choosing between scaling-out to readable secondaries and scaling-up to higher tier solutions. Discuss with Microsoft MVP Monica Rathbun the challenges and benefits of tuning, what to keep in mind, and what to expect in the cloud.
About the presenter:
Monica Rathbun is consultant @dcacco, Microsoft Data Platform MVP, MCSE, VMWare vExpert, Microsoft Azure Data Advisory Board Member, SQL Server Meetup Group Leader, international speaker, and avid blogger at sqlespresso.com.
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Products : SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server,