Date: Wednesday, December 9
Time: 11am ET
Length: 1 Hour, 30 Minutes
An important part of database administration and a critical component of SQL Server performance tuning and troubleshooting is to learn the lay of the land—that is, what are the hardware, OS, and configuration settings for all your SQL Servers and, going one level deeper, what are the databases that are running on those servers. The great news for everyone is that there are some excellent tools that turn this normally arduous and time-consuming project into a fast and easy half-hour activity. Enter SQL Power Doc!
In this session, you will learn:
Why go through all of the hard work of building this information by hand when you can join us to see a demonstration of the powerful and free PowerShell scripts, available on Github, called SQL Power Doc. Join in the discussion to advance your database development knowledge so that your next project will be the most successful yet! With a data dictionary and server inventory information in hand, you can ensure that your database development projects won’t be filled with irregularities and inconsistencies, while also making sure your server inventory and OS-level configurations are adhering to solid best practices and standardization.
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