4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

Transaction Log Performance & Troubleshooting-Deep Dive

The Transaction Log is one of the most important objects in the SQL Server database architecture. In this session we will take a deep dive into gaining an understanding of things that can affect transaction log performance. We will venture into methods of prevention and troubleshooting of everyday gremlins through correctly size them, engineering manageable VLF's, choosing the correct recovery model and the intricacies of transaction log file usages with respect to checkpoint, snapshots, replication, crash recovery, database  backups, database mirroring.
Presented by Chirag Roy at SQLBits IX
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    Chirag is a Microsoft Certified Master in SQL Server 2008 and works as Senior SQL DBA at Coeo Ltd. Coeo are a Microsoft Gold Partner providing SQL Server consulting and Remote DBA services to customers who outsource management and 24x7 operations of their SQL Server platform.  Chirag specializes in delivering and maintaining mission and business critical SQL Server solutions for customers in a variety of industry sectors throughout Europe.



    Prior to joining Coeo, Chirag worked for two years with the Totaljobs Group Ltd as SQL DBA Team Lead. He managed a highly successful high pressure operation's DBA team which managed over 30 production servers 24x7. He was responsible for looking after the health of the SQL environment and manage various database projects involving troubleshooting, performance tuning, monitoring, optimization, high availability, disaster recovery, replication, clustering, version upgrades and migration. He has worked with SQL Server since 1999 from SQL 6.5 to SQL 2008 R2 with industries like online travel brands, online job boards, garment manufacturing, debt collection, and teaching.

    Chirag currently also holds the MCITP: Database Development and Administration for SQL 2005/2008 and MCDBA:SQL 2000 certifications.

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