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SQL Saturday #695 Guatemala

This is probably a very delayed post, but I have been really busy lately.

As mentioned in my previous post, I was accepted to participate as speaker in Guatemala’s 2018 SQL Saturday organized in past February by SQL PASS organization.

It was an amazing experience, a very busy day full of really interesting sessions and it was even more special for me because I had the chance to participate in this event in my home country (I currently live in United States).

Here are some pictures of the event:

I truly recommend DBAs to look for SQL Saturday events near your area, is just a matter to subscribe in the official SQL Saturday and lookup for events here.

By the way, for those who didn’t had the chance to attend this event and asked me about where they can download the presentation decks; you can use the links below:

SQL Server Health check
Advanced SQL Server troubleshooting with DVMs

Stay tune for more blog posts about SQL Server tips and tricks.

I’m very experienced multi platform Database Administrator (Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL), working for large scale US based companies and some other companies around the world.

I have multiple Microsoft SQL Server certifications under my belt (MCP, MCTS, MCSA, MCSE), and currently taking the Microsoft Data Science program.

Speaker at SQL Saturday’s Guatemala city 2018

I’m very thrilled to announce that I will be participating as speaker in this year’s SQL Saturday event in Guatemala city!

Here are the details of the two sessions I will be presenting on February 03:

Advance SQL Server troubleshooting with DMVs

DMVs are the best source to conduct an advance troubleshooting of a SQL Server instance.

In this session we will show how to use and the most important to understand the information provided by the Dynamic Management Views (DMVs).

SQL Server Health check

This session is about the importance of conducting regular health checks on your SQL Server instances to ensure that they are currently healthy, and continue to remain healthy.

Join me in this deep dive discussion of SQL Server best practices and guidelines about your SQL Server health.

What is a SQL Server health check?
Why we should perform a SQL Server health check regularly?
What tools we can use to perform a SQL Server health check?

As any SQL Saturday event organized by SQLPass you can register for free, it takes less than 5 minutes to get in and sign up.:

https://www.sqlsaturday.com/695/registernow.aspx

Looking forward to see you there!!!

I’m very experienced multi platform Database Administrator (Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL), working for large scale US based companies and some other companies around the world.

I have multiple Microsoft SQL Server certifications under my belt (MCP, MCTS, MCSA, MCSE), and currently taking the Microsoft Data Science program.