PASS Summit – My Abstract, Deadline Extended!

PASS has extended the deadline for abstract submissions to Friday, 24 April at midnight.
If you’re even thinking about submitting an abstract, just do it.

In related news, yesterday I received the green light from GD legal to submit my abstract. This is my first-ever abstract for PASS, and I’m pretty excited about the topic. After some technical difficulties that resulted in SQL statements being displayed in the error message on-screen (tsk tsk), I finally submitted and received my confirmation number. Here’s an overview, just in case you plan to speak on the same topic…

Super Bowl, Super Load – A Look at Performance Tuning for VLDB’s

Few DBA’s have the opportunity to experience a real-life load test in their production environment. Michelle Ufford works for, a company that has experienced phenomenal success with its Super Bowl ads. These ads are designed to drive traffic to the company’s websites, which puts the database servers under high load. In her presentation, Michelle will explore the performance tuning techniques that have resulted in an 80% reduction in server response times and allowed her VLDB’s to reach rates of 27k transactions per second. Topics will include vertical and horizontal partitioning, bulk operations, table design, and indexing.


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