Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Performance Tuning Cookbook
This book has individual recipes and you can read it from cover to cover or dip into any recipe and get solution to a specific issue. Every recipe is based on a script/procedure explained with step-by-step instructions and screenshots. Concepts are illustrated for better understanding of why one solution performs better than another. SQL Server 2012 Performance Tuning Cookbook is aimed at SQL Server Database Developers, DBAs, and Database Architects who are working in any capacity to achieve optimal performance. However, basic knowledge of SQL Server is expected, but professionals who want to get hands-on with performance tuning and have not worked on tuning the SQL Server for performance will find this book helpful.
- Electronic book text | 478 pages
- 26 Jul 2012
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Ritesh R. Shah
Ritesh Shah is a data professional and has 10+ years of experience in Microsoft technology from SQL Server 2000 to the latest one and has worked from Visual Basic 6.0 to .NET Framework 4.0. He has deployed many medium scale as well as large scale projects using Microsoft technology. He shares his knowledge in his blog SQLHub.com and also helps the community in different portals like BeyondRelational.com, Experts-Exchange.com and Asp.Net forums. Bihag Thaker is an SQL Server enthusiast, an MCTS (SQL Server 2005) and MCITP (SQL Server 2008) who has been working on SQL Server technology for the last few years. Initially he was into .Net technology, but his keen interest in SQL Server led him to be a database specialist. He is currently working as a database administrator. He has worked on numerous performance tuning assignments and executed large scale database migrations. He likes to share his knowledge and enjoys helping the SQL Server community. You will find him talking about SQL Server on his blog MsSQLBlog.com.