Date: October 9, 2012
Noon Mountain time – http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=PASS+DBA+Virtual+Chapter+Live+Meeting&iso=20121010T12&p1=75&ah=1
Presenter: Neil Hambly
SQL Server 2012 brings a wide range of changes from its previous versions – one key change is the way SQL Server memory is managed. With releases prior to SQL Server 2012, there were 2 memory managers, these have been merged into 1 with the latest version,
and that’s just the start of the changes for SQL Server memory. This session will dive into questions related to memory in SQL Server 2012.
• Explore SQL Server 2012’s new memory architecture and learn how to diagnose memory performance issues
• Gain insight on memory pressure issues
• Discover settings to adjust the memory configuration levels and their impact
Neil Hambly is a SQL veteran of more than 13 years, with expertise in SQL Server from Version 6.5 to the latest 2012 editions. He’s held database roles at major organizations, including the BBC, ABN AMRO, Accenture, as well as at a number of smaller companies. He’s currently serving as a Database Architect at MDSL, with prior roles as both a DBA and developer.
An active speaker and leader of the London Area SQL Server User Group (UK), Neil can frequently be seen at UK and international events. You can also find him sharing online via his blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn. When not presenting or organizing UG events, Neil is hitting the books and keyboard as he studies for the SQL Server 2008 MCM certification.
Door prize: There will be a raffle for a $50 Amazon gift certificate. You do not need to register for the meeting, but if you want to enter the raffle, you must register at https://www.livemeeting.com/lrs/8000181573/Registration.aspx?pageName=2vk5v398vnbv91sp no later than 5:00 PM EDT on October 9th.
Live Meeting Link: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/8000181573/join?id=627TDQ&role=attend
Note: the meeting will be recorded and available on the meeting archives page at dba.sqlpass.org about a week after the event.