SQL Server Databaseology: A Deep Dive Into Database Internals

Have you ever taken apart a toaster or an alarm clock just to see how it worked? Ever wondered how that database actually functions at the record level, behind the scenes? SQL Server Databaseology is the study of SQL Server databases and their structures down to the very core of the records themselves. In this session, we will explore some of the deep inner workings of a SQL Server database at the record and page level. You will walk away with a better understanding of how SQL Server stores data and that knowledge that will allow you to build better and faster databases. Speaker Bio:

John Morehouse is currently a Database Architect with Farm Credit Mid-America out of Louisville, KY. He is a blogger, avid tweeter, and a frequent speaker at SQL Saturday’s as well as other conferences. He is also heavily involved with the Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS) . In his spare time, you can usually find John reading up on SQL Server topics as well as chasing his two young sons around the house.

Sponsor Bio:

Farm Credit Mid-America is one of the largest agricultural lenders in the Farm Credit System with more than $20 billion in assets. Nearly 100,000 farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents across Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, turn to its knowledgeable staff of more than 1,100 highly trained employees for financial services crucial to making their situation more stable and productive.

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