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Wellington SQL Server User Group

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The Wellington SQL Server User Group is a community user group that strives to promote networking and professional interaction to help the SQL Professional get the most out of Microsoft SQL Server, and to strengthen the profile of SQL Server in the Wellington IT Industry. There is a large community of both developers and IT Professionals using SQL Server that stands to benefit from more regular and accessible activities in Wellington.

The group usually meets at 5:30pm on the third Thursday of the month but this may change from time to time, so please check details for confirmation.

Membership, meetings and presentations and food/drink are free unless advised otherwise. To join, click on the "Register" link under login on this page, and enter your details. Any enquiries can be sent to wellingtonssug@gmail.com.

If you think any of our sessions might be of interest to a friend or colleague, feel free to bring them along with you - they don't have to be a member of the group to attend. Just make sure you let us know so we can cater for them too.

  
Next Meeting

Our next meeting is:

Date:   Wednesday 11 February 2015
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Level 10, Datacom Building

Jervois Quay, Wellington 


Session & Speaker:   Index Fragmentation: Internals, Analysis, and Solutions by Paul Randal
Description:  

As soon as you have more than one index on a table, you're going to start seeing fragmentation. Many people know that this fragmentation is bad, but why is it bad? And what is the best way to get rid of it? Come find out from the person who wrote the tools for detecting and removing index fragmentation. In this session, you’ll learn how fragmentation occurs and why the process that leads to it can often be as damaging to performance as the fragmentation itself. You'll also learn how to test for fragmentation, the different methods of removing it, and everything you need to consider when putting together an appropriate fragmentation-management strategy.

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If you think any of our SQL user group sessions might be of interest to a friend or colleague, feel free to bring them along with you - they don't have to be a member of the group to attend. Just make sure you let us know so we can cater for them too.

Seating is limited to the first 20 registrations.

 

  
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