OCEANSIDE, Calif., Dec. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Denny Cherry & Associates Consulting (DCAC) announced today they will be sponsoring their first ever training course on SQL Server, "Internals for Query Tuning." The course will be taught by SQL Server MVP and 22 year Microsoft veteran Kalen Delaney.
Described as an advanced course designed for advanced SQL Server professionals, the course will feature detailed demonstrations of SQL Server internals, as well as tuning techniques, utilizing SQL Server 2014, but DCAC notes the information presented will be relevant for older versions of SQL Server as well. Changes due in the upcoming SQL Server 2016 will also be addressed.
CEO & President Denny Cherry commented, "We are tremendously excited to expand on our SQL Saturday offerings with a full three day training course, and especially one as fantastic as 'Internals for Query Tuning, with one of world's top Microsoft SQL Server trainers. This class offers our clients and colleagues the opportunity to rapidly accelerate their learning curve not only on how the internals of Microsoft SQL Server work, but how they can use this knowledge to better diagnose and troubleshoot performance problems within Microsoft SQL Server."
"Internals for Query Tuning" will be held Monday-Wednesday, April 4-6th, 2016 in Anaheim, CA, in proximity to, and directly following the SQL Saturday event in Huntington Beach. Space is limited, so early booking is advised.
For more information, visit the DCAC website. Or call 323-686-1478.
The vetted and certified experts at Denny Cherry and Associates Consulting offer companies the opportunity to achieve IT goals such as HA, scalability, SQL virtualization, migration and acceleration reliably, while frequently finding ways to reduce their IT footprint and save on costs. DCAC clients range from Fortune 50 corporations to small businesses, but their commitment to each is the same: to provide a deft, high-speed IT environment that leverages every aspect of their platform: from architecture, to infrastructure to network.
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