Free Stuff - Category Archive
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If you haven’t heard yet, Red Gate Software is sponsoring a six city tour of the United States of its SQL in the City conference. This one day free conference will be held at the following cities. New York, NY: Friday, September 28, 2012 Austin, TX: Monday, October 1, 2012 San Francisco, CA: Wednesday, ...read more
Red Gate Software has announced “SQL in the City: London,” to be held on Friday, July 13, 2012, at the One Wimpole Street Conference Center, London England. This one day, free event includes five different sessions in each of three different tracks: Database Administration Track, Developer Track, and the Red Gate Track. Sessions will not ...read more
Red Gate Software will be providing a free, full-day SQL Server event called SQL in the City in Los Angeles, CA on October 28, 2011. It will be held at the Skirball Cultural Centre in the Santa Monica Mountains, just outside of Los Angeles. The event will provide six hours of free SQL Server training, ...read more
Recently at SQLServerCentral.com, I have been running a series of articles called the SQLServerCentral.com Best Practices Clinic, which describe how I am using Red Gate Software’s SQL Monitor to help monitor and tune the active/active cluster that is running both SQLServerCentral.com and Simple-Talk.com. On Tuesday, August 23, at 11AM (Eastern Daylight Time), I will be ...read more
Red Gate Software has announced two free, full-day SQL Server events, called “SQL in the City”. Both events will provide 6 hours of SQL Server training, with a focus on how Red Gate tools can be used help make SQL Server DBAs and Developers more productive.
Red Gate Software has released a new, free tool for database administrators and developers called SQL Script Manager. It includes 25 scripts written by many well-known DBAs, such as Ola Hallengren, Louis Davidson, Glenn Berry, Tim Ford, and many more, that can help you to automate common troubleshooting, diagnostic, and maintenance tasks. While SQL Scripts ...read more
A big part of my DBA career has centered around identifying and sharing SQL Server DBA best practices. There are literally hundreds of different best practices, and as you might expect, not every best practice applies to every SQL Server environment. That means, that as a DBA, you must evaluate the many commonly accepted best ...read more
Steve Jones, SQL Server MVP and editor of SQLServerCentral.com, will be hosting a free webinar with Jeff Aven, the head of the SQL Virtual Restore development team, on Thursday, September 23, 2010.