SQL Social No. 41 – Windows and SQL Server Memory Concepts

Food and Drinks will be provided!

SQL Social brings together Database & BI professionals, industry experts and those with an appetite for learning more about data & information management, in a relaxed atmosphere to network, share ideas, impart knowledge, and have a great time whilst doing so.

We will provide you with plenty of food and drinks for the evening, all thanks to our fantastic sponsors (see below). Networking

At SQL Social, our aim is to give YOU the opportunity to meet with MVPs, well-known speakers, experienced professionals & industry experts and ask them about the data-related topics that matter to you. It is an opportunity to meet new people, make new friendships and find out what is going on in the data industry in Melbourne.

This Month’s Speaker and Topic

Amit Arora – Windows and SQL Server memory concepts

Amit Arora is an SQL Server Consultant with WARDY IT Solutions. Amit has over 10 years of experience working with SQL Server including working as a Technical Advisor and DBA for Microsoft. Amit has recently been working on SQL Server solutions with Microsoft Azure and HDInsight as well as other big data technologies.

SQL Server as an application leverages Memory resources from the base operating system, therefore, it’s important for DBA’s to understand both, Windows and SQL memory fundamentals. This session will aim to deep dive into some Windows and SQL Server memory management concepts along with a few important tips for some known SQL Server issues around memory.

Some of the concepts covered in the session will be VAS (Virtual Address Space), Virtual Address Translation, Buffer Pool, MTL, Memory Objects, Memory nodes etc.

This talk will aim to draw an image of memory reservation and allocation operations for SQL Server in particular.

Time and Date:

Wednesday, March 2, 2016
5:45 PM to 8:00 PM


The Royal Melbourne Hotel
629 Bourke Street, Melbourne

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