Free SQL Server Training in Bangalore

DataPlatformGeeks is organizing SQLGeeks MeetUp – one of the India’s popular, half day, free training event in Bangalore on 22 Oct, 2016 from 9am at Microsoft Corporation 4th Floor, Hamilton Hall, Signature Building, Embassy Golf Links Business Park, intermediate Ring Road, Domlur, Bangalore – 560071

Below are the sessions planned for the day

Session 1 – Fill Factor – Let’s Look at Few Internals by Sandip Pani
We all know indexes and we know importance of fill factor as well. But what is the best value for fill factor? How fill factor impact performance. In this session Sandip Pani will discuss about internal of fill factor and how to optimize query using fill factor.

Session 2 – In-Memory OLTP for SQL Developers by Ahmad Osama (MVP, SQLMaestros)
Microsoft introduced In-Memory OLTP in SQL Server 2014. We all know about the technology and how it improves the performance, however how can a developer efficiently use in-memory tables and natively compiled stored procedures to get the blazing fast performance that the technology has to offer. In this demo heavy session, you’ll learn to create and access memory optimized tables and indexes and the latch and lock free new transaction model. Last but not the least, few best practices for implementing memory optimized tables. Join Ahmad, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional – SQL Server.

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