Upcoming Query Store Sessions

This past weekend at SQLSaturday Cleveland I presented a new session related to Query Store, Ensuring Plan Stability with Query Store.  I went into detail on forcing plans with Query Store and how that compares to Plan Guides, and I had some great questions – it was a really fun presentation.  However, I know a lot of companies have not yet upgraded to SQL Server 2016, therefore many DBAs and developers are still figuring out what Query Store and how it works and if they want to use it (quick answer: you do).  No worries, I’m here to help!  I’ve listed upcoming Query Store sessions below (they are all an introduction to QS) – hopefully I’ll see you at one?  Definitely let me know if you’re coming to the New England UG in April or SQLIntersection in May, it’s always nice to put a face to an email address or Twitter handle!

And lastly, HUGE thanks to the entire SQLSaturday Cleveland team – the organizers, volunteers, and speakers were amazing as usual.  This year I helped with registration in the morning and it was great to greet everyone as they walked in – even those that grumbled about being up so early on a Saturday!  And another shout out to all the speakers that traveled to attend our event.  We *love* having such a diverse group of individuals present on so many different SQL Server topics.  Thank you for making the time to submit, prepare, travel, and give us your best.  We truly appreciate it.

Ok, one more thing…the Patriots won the Super Bowl last night.  Tom Brady is the quarterback of the Patriots and now has won five (5!) Super Bowls.  Tom Brady went to the University of Michigan.  GO BLUE!!

Have a great Monday 🙂

Upcoming Query Store sessions (intro-level)

Tuesday, February 6, 2017 [Remote]: PASS DBA Fundamentals VC

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 [Burlington, MA]: New England SQL Server UG

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 [Orlando, FL]: SQLIntersection

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