SQL Server Innovators Guild

Welcome to the Greenville, SC Chapter

Welcome

We have meetings on the first Tuesday of most months.  Our group meets at the Greeville Campus of ECPI. Our normal room is room #236 but check the visual displays when you arrive to confirm.

In an ongoing attempt to make the content presented useful to our members we start each meeting with a short Q&A session.  Unless noted in the meeting notes the schedule for each meeting will be:

6:00 - 6:30 - Food and a chance to meet other SQL Server users. Sponsored by FGP

6:30 - 6:45 -
General Q&A session & Announcements

6:45 - 8:15 - Presentation(s)

8:15 - 8:30 - Question & Answer session

Upcoming Events

Next Meeting: Tue, Jul 07 2015

We’re in a Heap of Trouble…

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: http://ssig201507.eventbrite.com

6:00 – 6:30 Pizza and Networking sponsored by FGP
6:30 – 6:40 Announcements
6:40 – 7:00 TBD
7:00 – 8:15 Margaret Norkett: We’re in a Heap of Trouble…
8:15 – 8:30 Closing remarks

We’re in a Heap of Trouble… how heap tables can get you in a bind and how to get out of it.
Everyone seems to think that disk space is unlimited these days, but for many organizations, it’s still a concern. Even if you have space available it’s often difficult to roll it into place in a timely manner. Heap tables, despite their innocent outward looks can be real performance and space hogs.

In this presentation, we take a look at how to identify and resolve these issues.

 

When

iCal
UTC : Tue, Jul 07 2015 22:00 - 00:30
Event Time : Tue, Jul 07 2015 18:00 - 20:30 Eastern Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Tue, Jul 07 2015 22:00 - 00:30

Where

1001 Keys Dr
Greensville, South Carolina

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

We’re in a Heap of Trouble…

Speaker: Margaret Norkett

Summary: ...how heap tables can get you in a bind and how to get out of it. Everyone seems to think that disk space is unlimited these days, but for many organizations, it’s still a concern. Even if you have space available it’s often difficult to roll it into place in a timely manner. Heap tables, despite their innocent outward looks can be real performance and space hogs. In this presentation, we take a look at how to identify and resolve these issues.

About Margaret: has been administering and developing solutions for SQL Server since version 6.5. She is the quintessential accidental DBA beginning by writing report queries for her accounting department because her boss was too impatient to wait for their contractor DBAs to do it, and then advancing to becoming a senior level DBA with INFOR. She graduated Suma Cum Laude from South University with an Associate in Computer Science degree, and then graduated from Western Governors University with a Bachelor in Information Technology degree. She's used SSIG as both a learning tool and a sounding board for her ideas in taking her SQL Server skills to the next level. Although she's moved on from that first job to a more “normal” DBA job, she continues to learn as much as she can about SQL server from all the generous contributions in the SQL community. She is paying back some of that by sharing knowledge of her own.

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