Please join us Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 for the Charlotte SQL Server User Group meeting at the local Microsoft campus (AP2 building, Mt Everest Conference room, 8050 Microsoft Way)
Please RSVP here on EventBrite so we may plan enough food for the event. Only RSVP if you will attend. RSVP will close at 3pm on the day of the event.
The event is free, so bring a friend and network with Charlotte’s finest SQL Server experts. If you can attend, please make an effort to introduce yourself to newcomers and welcome them to the group.
Food usually starts at 5:30pm and the presentations start at 6pm and usually last until 7:45pm at the latest.
Please sign in and make a name tag when you arrive so we may verify attendance and encourage networking.
- 5:30 PM Networking with Food & Refreshments
- 6:00 PM Technical Presentation ~ “SQL Server Check Engine Lights” by Chris Skorlinski
- 7:30 PM Meeting End
SQL Server Check Engine Lights
Problem with Windows server, IO storage or SQL Server stopped your business dead in its tracks? Together we’ll explore “check engine lights” for your SQL Server warning you of pending doom. I’ll cover Performance Monitor, IO STACK, Dashboards, ErrorLogs, and DMVs to keep your server and SQL Server running smooth.
Chris Skorlinski has been with Microsoft for 22 years as a Support Escalation Engineer at the Microsoft Charlotte, NC office specializing in performance tuning and troubleshooting in SQL Server. His MSDN blog http://blogs.msdn.com/ReplTalk/ contain tips for configuring and turning Microsoft SQL Server Replication. Traveling by motorcycle, he volunteers time teaching a wide variety of topics at SQL Saturday workshops, giving Web Casts, and presenting at computer users groups across the country.