To: All Members of the South East Michigan SQL Server User Group.
Note different location for this meeting below!! – Less than 2 miles from the Microsoft Office
You are cordially invited to the December meeting of SEMSSUG scheduled for December 8th. Accessing and maintaining performance information for your SQL Server databases is an important task, but frequently put on the back burner in today’s “do more with less” environment. Come join us on Thursday as Allen White demonstrates how to use PowerShell to quickly and easily capture performance data, establish performance baselines, and create reports to understand the performance of your SQL Server environment.
Registerat EventBrite - http://semssug20111208.eventbrite.com/ so we know how much food to order.
Also check out our web site at http://semssug.sqlpass.org/
Thursday, December 8th, 2011 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Temporary Location Directions:
Raymond James Southfield Offices Directions found by clicking here.
25900 Telegraph Rd Actual entrance is on Civic Center Drive, just 100 meters east of Telegraph Rd.
Southfield, MI 48033
Registration: Register at EventBrite - http://semssug20111208.eventbrite.com/
Topic – Gather SQL Server Performance Data with PowerShell
We all know how important it is to keep a baseline of performance metrics that allow us to know when something is wrong and help us to track it down and fix the problem. We don't always know how to do this easily and consistently. This session will walk you through a series of PowerShell scripts you can schedule which will capture the most important data and a set of reports to show you how to use that data to keep your server running smoothly.
Speaker: Allen White
Allen is a Practice Manager for Upsearch Technology Services in Northeast Ohio. He's spent over 35 years in IT and has been using SQL Server since 1992 and is certified MCITP in SQL Server and MCT. Allen has been awarded Microsoft’s MVP Award for the last five years. He's President of the Ohio North SQL Server User's Group and contributes in the MSDN Forums, answering questions about SMO and PowerShell, and maintains a blog at http://sqlblog.com/blogs/allen_white/default.aspx.
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