The database has a significant impact on application performance. This isn’t just because there are fewer DBAs than developers to defend themselves; this is because there’s a lot going on at the database level, and it is important to be able to drill into the ideas & concepts behind database performance.
Think-tank groups have suggested that performance issues account for 25% of all IT costs. Identifying performance issues takes approximately 80% of that time, with the balance being fixing the issue.
The mathematical take-away from this is easy: if you can eliminate the 80% by identifying the issues quickly, you recover a lot of time, resources, and in the process make your end-users very happy.
Who should attend:
Jeffrey R. Garbus
Jeffrey R. Garbus’s background includes a B.S. Degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and work experience from PC's to Mainframes and back again. Jeff has many years of client / server, Sybase, and Microsoft SQL Server experience, with a special emphasis on assisting clients in migrating from existing syst... More info