Upcoming Presentation Session's in 2012

Hello

With the remaining quarter of the year, promising to be as manic as the rest, having already done the following events

SQLBits 10, SQL Relay 2012, 24HOP (SQL Server 2012), SQLRally 2012 Dallas, TechEd AMS {PASS Ambassador} & 3 SQLSaturday's (Portugal, Dublin, Johannesburg), as well as
SQLDay in Poland, virtual event for Perth UG {Australian}  and not to mention a host of events for my own SQL London PASS Chapter, as the 1st UG event in Belfast {Good luck Ryan with the next one}

I still have the following scheduled events {and a few more potentially in the pipeline before the year is out}

  • 21st August UK SQL London User group, hosted @ Hitachi Office
  • 25th August (Live Meeting) Nepal User Group - Session on Wait Statistics "Why are we Waiting.." {same as my Summit 2011 session)

Sept

Extended Events - New Age of Profiling

Extended Events is the replacement for profiler in many respects, and will be the choice of capturing data from within SQL Server now and in future editions,

So we need to understand the differences it has to profiler "old guard" and why we should be using this new feature for this purpose I'll take you on a Guided tour of the
key aspects, and show you simply how in just minutes you can up and running and capturing data using this new method and how to analyze it effectively

So follow me to the "new age" of understanding your systems activity 


Session's agenda listed here http://www.sqlpass.org/sqlrally/2012/nordic/Agenda.aspx

My session will essentially be the also the same as I'll be presenting @ this year's Summit Nov 6th - 9th SQL PASS Summit

  • I'm excited to be attending my 2nd Summit, I was @ last year’s Summit and where I also did a regular session on Wait Statistics "Why are We Waiting.." I had 310 Attendees showed up for that, it was an amazing event :-)
  • This year I'm doubly excited to again presenting a regular Session, this time on SQL Server 2012 Memory

SQL Server 2012 Memory Management [DBA-312]
Session Category: Regular Session (75 minutes)
Session Track: Enterprise Database Administration & Deployment
Speaker(s): Neil Hambly

SQL Server 2012 brings a wide range of changes, including a key change in how SQL Server memory is managed.

Earlier releases of SQL Server have two memory managers, which have now been merged into one. And that’s just the beginning of the changes for SQL Server memory.

This session will dive into SQL Server 2012's new memory architecture. We'll see how to diagnose memory performance issues and gain insight into memory pressure issues.

We'll also cover the settings to adjust memory configuration levels and their impact.

http://www.sqlpass.org/summit/2012/Sessions/SpeakerDetails.aspx?spid=282

Note: There is the Voting Rounds for Lightning Talks for the Summit for just 1 week (20th - 24th Aug) So please make a vote for those you'd like to see <wink wink>

 

2013 - SQL Cruise {Jan 26th - 2nd Feb 2013} Miami and Eastern Caribbean

Although not 2012 event.. But as it is very exciting and it does set sail in Jan 2013, so I thought I'd tag it on @ the end of the post

I'll be attending and also presenting on the following SQLCruise - Jan 26th - 2nd Feb 2013 - Miami and Eastern Caribbean

Interested and want to know more? Here is the best place to find out about these amazing SQL Cruises http://sqlcruise.com/2013-cruises/

My session will a "Deep Dive" 2-Hour special on SQL Server 2012 Memory Management as detailed below

SQL Server 2012 Memory Management

SQL Server 2012 brings a wide range of changes, including a key change in how SQL Server memory is managed. Earlier releases of SQL Server have two memory managers, which have now been merged into one. And that’s just the beginning of the changes for SQL Server memory. This session will dive into SQL Server 2012′s new memory architecture. We’ll see how to diagnose memory performance issues and gain insight into memory pressure issues. We’ll also cover the settings to adjust memory configuration levels and their impact.

This session is packed with Demo’s; in fact more than half this session is spent demonstrating so as to provide great opportunities to delve deep into memory clerks and SQLOS and use Resource governor and other techniques to ensure good memory utilization. Time is dedicated to discuss real-world experiences of consolidating multiple SQL Systems onto new equipment, how to configure servers with large amounts of RAM (512GB). The session concludes with discussions on LPIM, large pages and memory trace flags.

Does anyone think I was lacking badges in this post ! 

Published 18 August 2012 14:52 by NeilHambly

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