SQLBangalore Annual Day Event

It never ceases to surprise me the enthusiasm shown by the SQL community for attending SQL Server community events that are organized by SQLBangalore. This time around SQLBangalore organized a FULL day event dedicated to SQL Server topics on 30th November, 2013 at Bangalore. I had the opportunity to present at this event on Troubleshooting SQL Server with Power Pivot and Power View. At this event, you had the usual suspects Balmukund Lakhani [T: @blakhani | B: sqlserver-help], Vinod Kumar [B|T], Sourabh Agarwal [B|T]  and many others speaking. Quite a few of the familiar faces were seen in the crowd of attendees and then there were some new faces. It is always a good to connect with the community members. This session was an extension of my last session on Power View and Power Pivot. The Excel files are available on SkyDrive. The download links are available in each of the posts mentioned below.

Once again a big THANK YOU to everyone who attended the event! Feel free to post your questions here about my session in case you have any. The presentation used at the session is available below and on SlideShare as well.

Blog posts on this topic:

PowerView and System Health Session–CPU health

PowerView and System Health Session–Scheduler Health

PowerView and System Health Session–SQL Memory Health

PowerView and System Health Session– IO Health

PowerView and System Health Session– System

WOOT: Schema Changes History Report on Power View

WOOT: Default Trace and Power View


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