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HASSUG May Meeting - 08/08

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  • Improving - Westchase

    10111 Richmond, Houston, TX (map)

    29.727663 -95.551491

  • We'll be in Improving's new training room which is in Suite 100.
  • Meeting Agenda:

    11:30 – 11:45 – Networking & Lunch
    11:50 – 11:55 – Announcements
    11:55 – 12:55 – Query Store – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Amit Parikh

      Abstract: Query Store – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    With SQL Server 2016, Microsoft introduced the Query Store, which promised to track statement performance over time, pinpoint regressed queries and provide a more effective way to tune. In this session, we will look at the benefits and downsides of Query Store. How well does it actually work? What if your database is read only? What if you have lots of databases to monitor? How does it handle plan changes due to schema changes? Join Amit Parikh from Quest, to explore both the limitations and the sweet spot for using Query Store, and discover insightful tips on what to monitor, when to use it and how best to leverage the data it is collecting.

    About Amit:

    Amit’s career in Information Technology spans 20 years holding various roles both in management and as an individual contributor.  Amit is currently a Senior Consultant on Quest's Information Management Presales team.

    “As a trusted advisor both internally within the organization and externally with my clients, my aim has always been to solve challenges that businesses face with technology based solutions that help achieve goals and create success.  Over the years I've had the fortune of speaking at numerous conferences, symposiums and user groups worldwide and consider myself to be an effective communicator, which enables me to work with all levels of management and project team members, stakeholders and users.”

    On a personal note, Amit’s interests include sports of all kinds, travel and motorcycling.  I'm currently based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

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